Jesus's Journey

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It was night, when the disciples followed Jesus to Garden of Olives. They looked worried as they men stopped in the garden. Jesus left his disciples to go pray to his father (God). The disciples kept watch, while Jesus was talking with God. I saw Jesus start to shake and tremble, I wondered what was happening, it was as if someone was attacking him but know one was there. Soon he got up, while he got up, I saw a group of soldiers heading their way. Jesus and disciples came together, while the soldiers stopped two meters away from them. With the soldiers was one of Jesus closet disciples Moses. He came up to Jesus and kissed him while sorry I have sinned you. The soldiers moved in, while out of know where, Peter another disciple launched himself …show more content…
Through out his walk of shame, he was punched kicked, spat upon and called names. In this ordeal Jesus would not be able to make it up the amounts in himself. A solider asked a man next to me to help Jesus with carrying the cross, his name was Simon. Even with the help of Simon, Jesus could not bare the pain, Jesus dramatically fell to the ground. The soldiers laughed and drank while he laid on the ground in agony. At the same time Joseph 's wife came with a towel in her hand and wiped Jesus face. In that time Jesus was forced to his feet by the soldiers and again made his way up to the top of the …show more content…
It was an agonising walk up the steep hill. I don 't know have Jesus made it through all this pain and suffering. It was now when everyone started to turn away. Jesus was lifted on to the cross that laid on the rocky floor. His arms and legs were spread out over the cross. The soldiers placed the nails on Jesus hands and feet. The aimed and hit hard, piercing the nail straight through the hand and feet. Jesus yelled in anger and fear. Once the nail was logged into the cross, the soldiers immediately raised Jesus up next to two other criminals. At this time all three men were really starting to bleed out. In that time I saw the criminals asking Jesus why his God his father dies not help him. He then spoke individually to his father, asking him for help, but God did not respond. Jesus had used all his strength but could not continue living in this world. Later on that day a huge storm came across the mountain. The soldiers were starting to get scared with most of them running away. The mountain started to shake. The Roman commander told the soldiers to make sure that Jesus was dead. I said to myself not again. The solider did not want to continue with command but had to. So the solider stabbed Jesus in the lower half of the body. Finally the mountain stopped shaking. On that night Jesus was taken down from the cloth and covered in fine lining, then he was paced in a tomb. The next day people flocked to Jesus tomb, they were

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