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Trinity's Way of the Cross
Station 14

To Acknowledgements

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

The body in the tomb

Mary Magdalene and the other Mary were sitting there opposite the tomb.
(Matthew 27:61)

By oppression and judgment he was taken away. Yet who of his generation protested? For he was cut off from the land of the living; for the transgression of my people he was punished. He was assigned a grave with the wicked, and with the rich in his death, though he had done no violence, nor was any deceit in his mouth.
(Isaiah 53:8-9)

Three trees are left to crown the hill
Three empty trees now become refuse, too

The will is worked
While those who mortally remain
Hide, weep
Await

Was it for this
That weeping will fill Ramah
That Elijah’s voice has spoken again
That prophecies themselves will pierce
     the darkness, rent the Temple
     split the earth
In fulfillment, altering all
Pray well, all, for what comes next

God of wisest innocence,

When the world is overturned,
Love will be strong
Grace will be power–
Kindness unassailable
And mercy unimpeachable.

While we wait
For the time of your rising
When love will flood o’er all
Carrying us to new creation

While we fear
The loss of you
When you have moved
And you seem gone:

Touch us, still,
To teach us, to guide us
To reach toward you
Grasping and clasping
Each other on the way.

Amen

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