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Reluctant During Christ's Life

His Name is Jesus by Max Lucado

Reluctant during Christ’s life but courageous at his death, Joseph and Nicodemus came to serve Jesus. They came to bury him. They ascended the hill bearing the burial clothing. Pilate had given his permission. Joseph of Arimathea had given a tomb. Nicodemus had brought the spices and linens. John states that Nicodemus brought seventy-five pounds of myrrh and aloes. The amount is worth noting, for such a quantity of burial ointments was typically used only for kings.

Text and the images on pages 1,2, and 5 are from 'His Name is Jesus' by Max Lucado. Used with permission of Thomas Nelson Publishers, Inc.

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