ALL I KNOW IS that it
was rediscovered in 326 by Constantine's mother Helena. After a long war
because of the cross, the major Christian countries come up with an argument to
take small fragment of the holly Wood to one to Rome, one to Egypt and I don’t
know the other one. Because of a war b/n Egypt and Ethiopia, the Ethiopian king
King David blocked the Nile River. And the two countries signed a treaty for Ethiopia
to unblock Nile River, and for Egypt to give the Holy Wood for Ethiopia. After that,
King Zeresenay(son of King David) buried
the wood and build a big church(Geshen Mariam) on top of it.
Well I am a christian and I do care.the holy cross was rediscovered by Costaines mother Helena and there is now just a small part left which is carefully gaurded in a church somewhere in Rome.
There is no need for historical proof that Jesus died on the cross, we need to believe by faith...For those that don't believe Jesus died on the cross as a sacrifice for our sins, well, you are mistaken...Then , Jesus roze 3 days later...This is the plan of Salvation Romans 10:9 that if you confess with your mouth Jesus as Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you shall be saved. Romans 10:10 for with the heart man believes, resulting in righteousness, and with the mouth he confesses, resulting in salvation.. I urge all to believe..This is the correct answer...God doesnt wish that any perish, but come to repentance..Be baptized, You are "crucified" (standing upright in water), you are "buried" (immersed into the water), and you are "resurrected into life" (raised out of the water). Water baptism then, is a picture of spiritual baptism as defined in Rom. 6:3-5 and 1 Corinthians 12:13. It is the outward testimony of the believer's inward faith. A sinner is saved the moment he places his faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. Baptism is a visible testimony to that faith.
I think it's in jeruselem(how ever you spell that) Jesus died for our sins and to save us all. God knows best.
The cross was made of wood almost 2000 years ago, its completely dissentigrated by now. Or maybe the romans tore it apart and used it for firewood.
I do care...knowing that I leave all my cares at the foot of the cross...it too is a part of history a part of Jesus' Crucifixion...it is a part of the whole...and I am thankful beyond measure that I am created in his likeness...that I have a Father in heaven that loves me...that has chosen me to be his child...a child of curiosity...and though I fall short, his love is life giving...his blood cleanses my sins...the Holy Spirit walks with me...the cross is representative of his death and the stone being rolled away is representative of his resurrection.
I'm a Christian and I heard that after Jesus took off up to heaven there was an earthquake and the crosses got swallowed up by it. 3 hundred years later Mrs. Constantine went there with some tools an dug them up. I think God got mad at her for digging where you're not supposed to, so she got only splinters. Jesus is lord!! He will come back you wait and see and he'll ether say yeah those splinters are mine or not because he is lord over us good Christians!!
A video I watched said that a piece of it is in limburg
They give a Little piece of the cross to, churches !!! Some churches maybe even all have a lil piece of the cross ... And I'm in 8th grade I go to a catholic school and this is what they taught us ...
Yes some people are Christians and Catholics,
I am, and I do care what happened to Jesus' cross, it marks a special period in time that saved humanity from sins, it should be remembered and cared for, as Jesus died on this, it shouldn't be thought badly of altogether, it should be a souvenir of jesus' special sacrifice
I too am concerned about that
People are just curious. It is not fair to be ugly about there curiosity. We all know to worship god not the cross.
I have a relic blessed by the Catholic Church of a minute splinter of the cross.
If you are interested, you may also read Flavius Joseph book. He wrote in the years that the Christ was nearly dead
He died on the cross for uss and if you say he didnt youre stupid... And he did dornick
That cross must have vanished some years ago.
I am a christian and I don't really care what happened to the cross as I don't worship it but the Lord our God.
Jesus didnt die on the cross, God does not ask for human sacrifice to forgive sins, since the time of Adam and eve, as it states throughout the old testiment, is most merciful, there for, no need for human sacrifice, this is a satanic ritual, a lie. But why make a lie like that?? And why do the majority of the world follow this religion, simple fact, you can do what you want, because God??? Knew what was best for us?? That if Jesus was killed we can all live in sin, to better the world, because God is wise, he knew what a mess we would end up in if that was truth???!!! Its all a joke, I sugest you stop clicking online and start reading the bible for yourself ! Christians are lost sheep that follow a croud and are more than willing to bet theyr life on the trust of the bible WITHOUT EVEN READING THE BIBLE !! Read it, and you will be suprised, like I was, you will be let down, at first, maybe not, maybe you like what you read, human wrights 'n all. But read the bible, because church will feed you what they want you to know, they could never preach the rest. Good luck.
Crosses were a common occurrence in ancient times, and it was a popular form of death. The method of crucifixion was not used solely on Jesus. Also, there is absolutely no historical proof that Jesus even existed. Any supposed evidence is very hotly contested by historians, and none of it has ever been authenticated or agreed upon.
That piece of wood does not mean anything
simply because the man died on it is not Jesus
Jesus did not die on the cross......it was only made by god to seem so to the people..
He was raised up into the heavens.
And god know best.
Who cares? Burned in somebody's stove, thrown in a river?
What happen to the blood of Jesus while on cross? Has anyone found blood soaked stones near where He was on the cross? Where was the place the cross was?
Who cares, Jesus died for sinners (if you receive Him as your Savior...believe in Him).