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‘Christ’s ultimate sacrifice’ recognised at midday service
By Regina Selman Moore

Jesus Christ, the Son of God, became the ultimate sacrifice, taking on himself the sins of the whole world.

However, Senior Pastor of the Whitepark Wesleyan Holiness Church Joel Cumberbatch reasoned recently that while his death represents one of the greatest acts of the miscarriage of justice as he committed no wrong, those who adhere to the Christian faith celebrate his death at Good Friday, knowing that it was his resurrection, celebrated at Easter, that brings victory and hope.

Speaking at the annual “Midday” Devotional Lenten Service held at the church on Wednesday of this week, under the theme “Christ’s Ultimate Sacrifice”, Reverend Cumberbatch suggested that all Jesus did was good, yet he was rejected by men. Those who had earlier sung his praises on what is now celebrated as Palm Sunday, would call for the death penalty later, which saw him ultimat...

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