Confessions Of A Dying Man

In our justice system, rarely will a judge allow hearsay testimony to be introduced in court. But there is one notable exception: a dying declaration. 

A dying declaration is the statement of a mortally injured person who is aware he or she is about to die. This statement is admissible testimony in court on the theory that a dying person has no reason not to tell the truth. 

Jesus was nailed to a Cross. Mortally injured, unable to escape, He had no reason to lie. In His dying moments, struggling to get enough air in His lungs to be able to speak, Jesus choked out seven statements that still have a profound impact on us today. 

Join us this Sunday as we learn the invaluable lessons from the confessions of a dying Man. I would love to have you join us in person or on Facebook. 

Here are the confessions of Jesus we have already discussed:

8 Responses to “Confessions Of A Dying Man”

  1. “Father, Forgive Them” | Craig T. Owens Says:

    […] Please don’t miss out on any of these dying declarations from Jesus. You can find my thoughts on all of the confessions of this dying Man by clicking here. […]

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    […] If you would like to follow along as we look at all seven of the dying declarations Jesus made from the Cross, please click here.  […]

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  3. “Dear Woman” | Craig T. Owens Says:

    […] If you’ve missed any of the other messages in our series on the dying declarations of Jesus from the Cross, you can access the full list by clicking here. […]

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  4. “My God, My God” | Craig T. Owens Says:

    […] If you’ve missed any of the other dying declarations of Jesus from the Cross, you may access the full list by clicking here. […]

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    […] If you’ve missed any of the messages in our series on the dying confessions of Jesus from the Cross, you can access the full list by clicking here. […]

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  6. “It Is Finished” | Craig T. Owens Says:

    […] If you’ve missed any of the messages in our series looking at the dying declarations of Jesus, you may access the full list by clicking here. […]

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  7. The Historicity Of The Gospels | Craig T. Owens Says:

    […] I’m intrigued by the way the four Gospel writers have recorded the dying declarations of Jesus: […]

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  8. “Father, Into Your Hands I Commit My Spirit” | Craig T. Owens Says:

    […] If you’ve missed any of the messages in our series on the dying declarations of Jesus, you can access the full list by clicking here. […]

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