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Trinity's Way of the Cross
Station 1

To Station 2

Introduction

Station 1
Jesus in the garden

Station 2
The arrest of Jesus

Station 3
The trial of Jesus before the priests and teachers of the law

Station 4
Condemnation from the High Priest Caiaphas

Station 5
Pilate with Jesus

Station 6
The guards beat Jesus

Station 7
Jesus taken to Golgotha

Station 8
Jesus speaks on the way to the Cross

Station 9
Jesus is crucified

Station 10
It is dark

Station 11
Jesus speaks on the Cross

Station 12
Jesus dies

Station 13
Jesus is entombed

Station 14
The body in the tomb

Acknowledgements

The Story of Trinity's Way of the Cross

Jesus in the garden            

“Father, if you are willing, take this cup from me; yet not my will, but yours be done.”  An angel from heaven appeared to him and strengthened him.  And being in anguish, he prayed more earnestly, and his sweat was like drops of blood falling to the ground.
(Luke 42-44)

I drip blood                                   

I hurt                                          
     for the wound on the inside

I mourn for my people       
I see Masada falling            
The temple in Jerusalem smashed
And the people brought down, too
Then scattered                  

All this done                                 
Because I could not bring the peace
They wanted                    

Only love without empire                

I weep                                        
For my friends                
And for me                     
Weeping is prayer             
And the prayer is blood     

God who gives us prayer,

When we are alone, even in a beautiful place,
Come to us and touch us
That we may know your nearness
And your presence that stanches our wounds.

Amen

To Station 2
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