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  • But when Jesus heard about it he said, "Lazarus's sickness will not end in death. No, it is for the glory of God. I, the Son of God, will receive glory from this." - John 11:4


  • It was a prediction that Jesus' death would be not for Israel only, but for the gathering together of all the children of God scattered around the world. - John 11:52


  • So from that time on the Jewish leaders began to plot Jesus' death. - John 11:53


  • The truth is, a kernel of wheat must be planted in the soil. Unless it dies it will be alone--a single seed. But its death will produce many new kernels--a plentiful harvest of new lives. - John 12:24


  • The Jewish leaders didn't want the victims hanging there the next day, which was the Sabbath (and a very special Sabbath at that, because it was the Passover), so they asked Pilate to hasten their deaths by ordering that their legs be broken. Then their bodies could be taken down. - John 19:31


  • Jesus said this to let him know what kind of death he would die to glorify God. Then Jesus told him, "Follow me." - John 21:19


  • The news of his death spread rapidly among all the people of Jerusalem, and they gave the place the Aramaic name [Akeldama,] which means "Field of Blood.") - Acts 1:19


  • However, God released him from the horrors of death and raised him back to life again, for death could not keep him in its grip. - Acts 2:24


  • "Didn't we tell you never again to teach in this man's name?" the high priest demanded. "Instead, you have filled all Jerusalem with your teaching about Jesus, and you intend to blame us for his death!" - Acts 5:28


  • "And we apostles are witnesses of all he did throughout Israel and in Jerusalem. They put him to death by crucifying him, - Acts 10:39


  • Meanwhile, the believers who had fled from Jerusalem during the persecution after Stephen's death traveled as far as Phoenicia, Cyprus, and Antioch of Syria. They preached the Good News, but only to Jews. - Acts 11:19


  • Herod Agrippa ordered a thorough search for him. When he couldn't be found, Herod interrogated the guards and sentenced them to death. Afterward Herod left Judea to stay in Caesarea for a while. - Acts 12:19


  • The people in Jerusalem and their leaders fulfilled prophecy by condemning Jesus to death. They didn't recognize him or realize that he is the one the prophets had written about, though they hear the prophets' words read every Sabbath. - Acts 13:27


  • "When they had fulfilled all the prophecies concerning his death, they took him down from the cross and placed him in a tomb. - Acts 13:29


  • As Paul spoke on and on, a young man named Eutychus, sitting on the windowsill, became very drowsy. Finally, he sank into a deep sleep and fell three stories to his death below. - Acts 20:9


  • And I persecuted the followers of the Way, hounding some to death, binding and delivering both men and women to prison. - Acts 22:4


  • Then Festus said, "King Agrippa and all present, this is the man whose death is demanded both by the local Jews and by those in Jerusalem. - Acts 25:24
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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