The Shepherds Crown Mobi 17
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Here the governors soldiers placed a crown of thorns on Jesus head, to mock him as the King of the Jews. Oh, if only they had known both what they were doing and the symbolism that their actions entailed! Thorns were not present in the original very good world, but the Roman soldiers didnt have any trouble finding thorns to place on Jesus head. Thorns that were a direct result of mans original sin are now found in abundance in a world that is steeped in sin. What the soldiers unwittingly did was hugely significant. There is nothing random in the Bible; every word that has been written in its pages is significant. The crown of thorns vividly symbolized the curse of sin being placed on Jesuss head. It immediately takes the reader back to Genesis, reminding us of why Jesus went to the cross, to take the penalty for sin on our behalf. 6 He died as the perfect sacrifice for our sins, so that the Curse that God had pronounced upon this earth because of sin, can be removed for those that believe in him, and that ultimately creation itself can be redeemed. For the creation was subjected to futility, not willingly, but because of him who subjected it, in hope that the creation itself will be set free from its bondage to decay and obtain the freedom of the glory of the children of God (Romans 8:20-21). Christs actions will blunt every sharply pointed thistle and thorn as well as the other effects of the curse. The Christian can shout, O death, where is your sting 7
The latest scientific evidence shows that Neanderthals and modern humans co-existed for more than a hundred thousand years, about 50 thousand years ago, a time that coincides with the disappearance of the last glaciers in Europe, the return of the first shepherds. It is possible that Neanderthals continue to live in remote regions of Europe, far from where modern humans settled. But certainly, the cousins in Europe of Neanderthals and modern humans met in Southern Europe and split genetically and later culturally.