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IF GOD BECAME MAN , THEN WE WOULD EXPECT HIM TO EXERCISE
POWER OVER DEATH 1B . Death Matthew 26 : 53 , 54 , He had the power
available to Him to do whatever He pleased . It is in John 10 : 18 that we find the
Sanhedrin found themselves deprived of their right over life and death , a general
consternation took possession of them ; they covered their heads with ashes ,
and their bodies with sackcloth , exclaiming : ' Woe unto us , for the scepter has ...
The Roman soldiers were not unfamiliar with the evidences of death , or with the
sight of death following upon crucifixion . ” 13 / 46 - 48 As Michael Green points
out , crucifixions were “ not uncommon in Palestine . ” 19 / 32 Pilate required ...
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