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Latin Rosary

Flame of Love
Introduction to the Latin Rosary


Exorcists have indicated that there is something about the three languages of the Church: Hebrew, Latin, and Greek with which the Titulus was written that seems to bother the demons much more than prayers said in our native languages

As a result I have been asked to provide a Latin version of the Rosary that while the prayers are all in Latin the reflections are in English. I am using the Flame of Love Rosary as the base.

The Latin Rosary

Introductory Prayers (Spoken by Priest, Deacon or Lay-Leader)
Make the Sign of the Cross (ł)
In nomine Patris, et Filii, et Spiritus Sancti. Amen

We offer ourselves to the Heavenly Father through all the wounds of our Savior, Jesus Christ.
We kiss the wounds of Your Sacred Head, with sorrow deep and true. ł
We kiss the wounds of Your Sacred Feet, with sorrow deep and true. ł
We kiss the wounds of your Sacred Hands with sorrow deep and true. ł
We kiss the wound of your Sacred Shoulder with sorrow deep and true. ł
We kiss the wound of your Sacred Side with sorrow deep and true. ł




Apostles' Creed:
Credo in Deum Patrem omnipotentem, Creatorem caeli et terrae. Et in Iesum Christum, Filium eius unicum, Dominum nostrum, qui conceptus est de Spiritu Sancto, natus ex Maria Virgine, passus sub Pontio Pilato, crucifixus, mortuus, et sepultus, descendit ad infernos, tertia die resurrexit a mortuis, ascendit ad caelos, sedet ad dexteram Dei Patris omnipotentis, inde venturus est iudicare vivos et mortuos.
Credo in Spiritum Sanctum, sanctam Ecclesiam catholicam, sanctorum communionem, remissionem peccatorum, carnis resurrectionem, vitam aeternam. Amen.

Pater Noster:
Pater Noster, qui es in caelis, sanctificetur nomen tuum. Adveniat regnum tuum. Fiat voluntas tua, sicut in caelo et in terra.
Panem nostrum quotidianum da nobis hodie, et dimitte nobis debita nostra sicut et nos dimittimus debitoribus nostris. Et ne nos inducas in tentationem, sed libera nos a malo. Amen.

Ave Maria: x3
(For an increase in the virtues of faith, hope, and charity)
Ave Maria, gratia plena, Dominus tecum. Benedicta tu in mulieribus, et benedictus fructus ventris tui, Iesus.
Sancta Maria, Mater Dei, ora pro nobis peccatoribus, expandit effectus gratiae a tua flamma amoris super omnes homines; nunc, et in hora mortis nostrae. Amen.

Gloria Patri:
Gloria Patri, et Filio, et Spiritui Sancto.
Sicut erat in principio, et nunc, et semper, et in saecula saeculorum. Amen.

Dómine Jesu:
Dómine Jesu,
dimitte nobis débita nostra, salva nos ab igne inferni, perduc in caelum omnes ánimas, praesertim eas, quae misericórdiae tuae máxime indigent.

Invocation to the Holy Spirit:
Veni Sancte Spiritus.
Veni per de potentia flamma de amoris de Immaculati cordis Mariae..

Intention:
We pray this rosary for the Holy Souls in Purgatory: our family members who have gone before us, our loved ones who have preceded us, those who are forgotten, and those in most need of our prayers. Thus we pray:
Eternal Father, I offer Thee the Most Precious Blood of Thy Divine Son, Jesus, in union with the Masses celebrated throughout the world today, for all the holy souls in purgatory, for sinners everywhere, for sinners in the universal church, those in my own home and within my family. Amen.
Select the Mysteries to recite:            


Hail Holy Queen
Salve Regina, Mater misericordiae. Vita, dulcedo, et spes nostra, salve. Ad te clamamus exsules filii Hevae Ad te Suspiramus, gementes et flentes in hac lacrimarum valle. Eia ergo, Advocata nostra, illos tuos misericordes oculos ad nos converte. Et Iesum, benedictum fructum ventris tui, nobis post hoc exsilium ostende. O clemens, o pia, o dulcis Virgo Maria.
Ora pro nobis, Sancta Dei Génetrix. Ut digni efficiámur promissionibus Christi. Amen

Rosary Prayer
Oremus: Deus, cujus Unigénitus, per vitam, mortem et resurrectiónem suam nobis salútis ætérnæ præmia comparávit; concéde, quæsumus; ut, hæc mystéria sanctíssimo Benedicta Maríæ Virginis Rosário recoléntes; et imitémur quod cóntinent, et quod promíttunt, assequámur. Per eúmdem Christum Dóminum nostrum. Amen.
May the Divine Assistance remain always with us, and may the souls of the Faithful Departed, through the mercy of God. Rest in peace. Amen.

Unity Prayer
My adorable Jesus, may our feet journey together.
May our hands gather in unity.
May our hearts beat in unison.
May our souls be in harmony.
May our thoughts be as one.
May our ears listen to the silence together.
May our glances profoundly penetrate each other.
May our lips pray together to gain mercy from the Eternal Father. Amen

Prayer for the propagation of the Flame of Love
Blessed Virgin Mary, our cherished heavenly Mother, you love God and us, your children, so much that you offer us to your Divine Son Jesus on the Cross, to forgive us by our Heavenly Father and to obtain our salvation, so that all those who believe in Him do not perish but obtain eternal life. With a filial confidence, we pray to you, Virgin Mary, that the Flame of Love of your Immaculate Heart, kindled by the Holy Spirit, you ignite in our languid hearts the fire of a perfect love for God and all humanity, so that together with you, with one heart, we love God and our neighbor. Help us to transmit this holy Flame to all people of good will, so that the Flame of Love extinguishes hatred everywhere on earth and that Jesus, the prince of Peace, be the King and center of all hearts in the Sacrament of His Love on the throne of our altars. Amen

My Adorable Jesus, we ask you to take us in spirit before your Eucharistic Presence throughout the world. Take us and place us where we belong in the Divine Fire. Share with us your Immaculate Conception.

Prayer to St. Joseph
To you, O blessed Joseph, do we come in our tribulation, and having implored the help of your most holy spouse, we confidently invoke your patronage also. Through that charity which bound you to the Immaculate Virgin Mother of God and through the paternal love with which you embraced the Child Jesus, we humbly beg you graciously to regard the inheritance which Jesus Christ has purchased by his Blood, and with your power and strength to aid us in our necessities.

O most watchful Guardian of the Holy Family, defend the chosen children of Jesus Christ; O most loving father, ward off from us every contagion of error and corrupting influence; O our most mighty protector, be kind to us and from heaven assist us in our struggle with the power of darkness; As you once rescued the Child Jesus from deadly peril, so now protect God's Holy Church from the snares of the enemy and from all adversity; shield, too, each one of us by your constant protection, so that, supported by your example and your aid, we may be able to live piously, to die in holiness, and to obtain eternal happiness in heaven. Amen.

St. Joseph, Guardian of the Holy Family Pray for us.
St. Joseph, Patron of the Universal Church Pray for us.
St. Joseph, Terror of demons Pray for us.

Memorare

Remember, O most gracious Virgin Mary, that never was it known that anyone who fled to your protection, implored your help, or sought your intercession was left unaided. Inspired by this confidence, I fly unto you, O Virgin of virgins, my mother; to you do I come, before you I stand, sinful and sorrowful. O Mother of the Word Incarnate, despise not my petitions, but in your mercy hear and answer me.

Prayers for the Pope
Pater Noster, Ave Maria, Gloria Patri

Prayer for Protection
St Michael the Archangel defend us in battle. Be our safeguard against the wickedness and snares of the devil. May God rebuke him we humbly pray and do you prince of the heavenly host by the power of God thrust into hell Satan and all the evil spirits that prowl about the world seeking the ruin of souls.

Final Petitions
Most Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on us. x3
Immaculate Heart of Mary pray for us.
St. Joseph pray for us.
San Diego de Alcala pray for us.
St. Maximilian Kolbe pray for us.
All you holy men and women pray for us.
All the saints in heaven pray for us.
All you holy angels pray for us.




FOOTNOTES:
[1] The actual translation is " and for ever and ever". The English version are the only ones to use "world without end"
[3] The Flame of Love The Spiritual Diary of Elizabeth Kindlemann p121 Queen of Peace Media
[5] The Incarnation, the greatest event in human history, took place on the “Little Celebration of Light”, the eight day of Chanukah. Chanukah celebrates the re-dedication of the Temple after it had been profaned in 139 B.C. The Israelites began the annual celebration of Chanukah the following year in 138 B.C.
[6] Her son, named John by the angel, had the spirit of Elijah, fulfilling the expectation of the Jews that Elijah would return for the Seder Meal.
[7] The Feast of Tabernacles celebrates the fact that God was physically present in the pilar of smoke and fire all during the Exodus.
[8] All Jews are required to live in sukkot during the celebration of “God with us” (Tabernacles). A sukkah is a tent with a leaky thatched roof.
[9] Tabernacles, the Great Celebration of Light is celebrated by erecting four 75’ Menorahs in the Court of Women.
[10] Because Jesus was born in a stable and inspected by the Shepherds, He was qualified to be a Paschal Lamb.
[11] Joseph was instructed by Gabriel to adopt Jesus when Gabriel told Joseph to name Jesus. In that culture naming was the adoptive act. The child was named at the time of circumcision. That Joseph adopted Jesus is confirmed by the fact that both Mathew and Luke give to Jesus Joseph’s genealogy. Joseph has two genealogies because his legal father had died without giving birth to an heir so his father’s half-brother following levirate law (Deut 25:5-20) married his mother to give him an heir. Joseph thus has a legal genealogy and a biological genealogy both of which go back to David. (One through Solomon and one through Nathan). All of which is only relevant if Joseph adopted Jesus.
[12] Redemption of a first born was done on the 30th day after birth and is normally not attended by the mother.
[13] Traveling at night was dangerous and they risked passing Jesus in the dark going the other way.
[14] The Temple was closed at sunset and re-opened at sunrise.
[15] The date Jesus was discovered missing was April 3rd, the day He died on the cross, and the date he was found was April 5th, the day He rose from the dead.
[16] Jesus was a Rabbi. He is called Rabbi throughout the New Testament. Rabbis undergo a very formal training and do not receive “authority” until they turned 30 years old which is when Jesus began his ministry.
[17] Jesus’ priesthood was not of the order of Levi but of the order of Melchizedek: a priesthood handed down from Father to Son.
[18] Either the apostle Andrew the Canaanite or his brother Jude (Thaddeus)
[19] Jesus’ use of “My hour” points Mary to His suffering and death in 3 years time but in conjunction to the problem of wine by turning the water into wine it is half way to His future turning of wine into His blood thus completing the parallel to Moses first miracle of turning water into blood.
[20] Just because our senses cannot perceive something, it doesn’t mean that it does not exist. God, angels, and demons exist and are at war.
[21] Each commandment can be expressed as a value statement. They are in priority sequence.
[22] (Mt 8:5-13) Jesus was amazed and said to those following him, “Truly I tell you, I have not found anyone in Israel with such great faith.
[23] (Mt 8:1-4, Mk 1:40-45, Lk 5:12-14) Jesus isn't defiled by lepers, lepers are made clean.
[24] (Mt 9:1-8, Mk 2:1-12, Lk 5:17-26) Jesus shows that the Son of Man is the Son of God as He has the power to forgive sins.
[25] (Mt 14:13-21, Mk 6:30-44) Both a foreshadowing of the Eucharist and a fulfillment of God's supplying manna in the desert.
[26] (Mt 14:22-33, Mk 6:4-52, Jn 6:16-21) Only God can control Nature.
[27] (Jn 11:1-45) Only God can raise the Dead.
[28] (Mt 20:29-34, Mk 10:46-52, Lk 18:35-43) Bartimaeus a blind man, recognizes Jesus as the Messiah, the Son of David.
[29] (Mt 21:18-22. Mk 11:12-14) Prophetical action: A condemnation of the Jewish rulers.
[30] (Lk 22:50-51) Proof that no one takes His life.
[31] (Jn 21-4-11) A reference to the 154 sedarim in the Torah. Jesus is the Torah.
[32] It says in three of the Gospels that Jesus was anticipating celebrating the Seder with the apostles. There was only one Seder celebrated during Holy Week before Jesus died and that was on the Essene calendar on Tuesday evening.
[33] The Essene’s were not allowed to offer animal sacrifice in the temple. So the Seder celebration did not have a sacrificial lamb (although they probably had lamb).
[34] The Seder Meal was both the sacrificial meal for the Paschal Lamb and was also a Todah thanksgiving sacrifice of bread and wine in thanksgiving for the deliverance that would be provided by the blood from the Lamb.
[35] Struct with at least 125 blows with a three-strap flagellum with imbedded lead.
[36] There is still in Jerusalem the cistern that was used as a common prison.
[37] He took him before the people and unintentionally spoke to the crowd in the words of the prophet Zechariah saying: "Behold the Man" (Jn 19:5, Zech 6:12). The verse in Zechariah says: "Behold the man whose name is Branch; and he shall grow up in his place, and he shall build the temple of God" (Zech 6:12). “Branch” is the primary symbol of the Messiah used also by Isaiah: “There shall come forth a shoot from the stump of Jesse, and a branch shall grow out of his roots” (Is 11:1); and Jeremiah: “See the days are coming when I will raise up a righteous branch for David; as King, he shall govern wisely, he shall do what is right in the land” (Jer 23:5). A typical rabbinical teaching technique is to start a quote: “Behold the Man” and everyone fills in the rest of the quote: “whose name is branch….”.
[38] The patibulum was the horizontal cross piece. The vertical piece, the stipes, was secured into the ground; so, holes didn’t need to be dug for every execution.
[39] Bernice was the woman who was cured of a hemorrhage by touching the hem of Jesus’ garment. see the Acts of Pilate Chapter VII)
[40] Just as Saul’s life changing experience on the road to Damascus caused his name to be changed to Paul. Bernice’s action was met not with instant death (for touching a condemned prisoner) but with an exclamation of “Vera icona”, “true image” by the centurion: thus Bernice became Veronica
[41] “YHVH” is the Hebrew equivalent of “INRI” that we have on top of every crucifix. YHVH is the name of God! It is also the fulfillment of John 8:28 "When you have lifted up (crucified) the son of Man you will realize that "I AM"! Now, you know the real reason the Jewish leaders wanted Pilate to change it.
[42] Jesus speaks in Hebrew so that those present will understand that He is referring to what we now know as Psalm 22. He is letting them know that He is about to fulfill that Psalm by providing the deliverence that will be told to all generations: the deliverence from sin accomplished throuh His crucifixion.
[43] "In order to fulfill Scripture" Jesus says "I thirst". Jesus needs to finish the Last Supper in order to fulfill the Feast of Unleavened Bread by completing the Seder Meal; during which He and the apostles left before consuming the 4th Cup and proclaiming the Nirtzah.
[44] "It is finished" is the proclamation of the Nirtzah and also what the priest says when the killing blow has been struck. Jesus' last four statements come within minutes of each other. They are accompanied with excruciating pain because His lungs were so full of fluid that He has to pull himself up with dislocated shoulders and right elbow, causing incredible pain in His shoulders, elbow, and bruised ribs, to expand his lungs in order to expell enough air to make his vocal cords work. In addition the movement of his mouth causes the reoccurance of the lanciating pain from the thorn in the trigiminal nerve.
[45] The Torah, the first five books of the Bible, is the Word of God. It was venerated as such and was read three times a week in the synagogues through out the Holy Land. There are 154 sedarim (verses) in the Torah which is equal to the 153 fish brought in by the apostles in the boat plus the fish that was already on the fire.
[46] "The Blessed Virgin Mary did not die; She ascended to Heaven with Her body and soul" -Message from five year old Gilles Bouhours given to Pope Pius XII during a special private audience May 15th, 1950 exactly three months prior to Pius XII issuing the dogma of the Assumption
[47] Message of Monday, October 12th 1981: Mary responded to a question; "Did you go to Heaven before or after death?" By saying "I went to heaven before death."
[48] In the House of David none of David’s descendants were monogamous therefore the Queen was the “Queen Mother”, the Mother of the King. She was the woman with the most influence over the King and she had a throne beside the throne of the King.
[49] The Prayer of St. Gertrude is one of the most famous of the prayers for souls in purgatory. St. Gertrude the Great was a Benedictine nun and mystic who lived in the 13th century. According to tradition, our Lord promised her that 1000 souls would be released from purgatory each time it is said devoutly. https://www.ourcatholicprayers.com/prayers-for-souls-in-purgatory.html
[5] The Incarnation, the greatest event in human history, took place on the “Little Celebration of Light”, the eight day of Chanukah. Chanukah celebrates the re-dedication of the Temple after it had been profaned in 139 B.C. The Israelites began the annual celebration of Chanukah the following year in 138 B.C.
[6] Her son, named John by the angel, had the spirit of Elijah, fulfilling the expectation of the Jews that Elijah would return for the Seder Meal.
[7] The Feast of Tabernacles celebrates the fact that God was physically present in the pilar of smoke and fire all during the Exodus.
[8] All Jews are required to live in sukkot during the celebration of “God with us” (Tabernacles). A sukkah is a tent with a leaky thatched roof.
[9] Tabernacles, the Great Celebration of Light is celebrated by erecting four 75’ Menorahs in the Court of Women.
[10] Because Jesus was born in a stable and inspected by the Shepherds, He was qualified to be a Paschal Lamb.
[11] Joseph was instructed by Gabriel to adopt Jesus when Gabriel told Joseph to name Jesus. In that culture naming was the adoptive act. The child was named at the time of circumcision. That Joseph adopted Jesus is confirmed by the fact that both Mathew and Luke give to Jesus Joseph’s genealogy. Joseph has two genealogies because his legal father had died without giving birth to an heir so his father’s half-brother following levirate law (Deut 25:5-20) married his mother to give him an heir. Joseph thus has a legal genealogy and a biological genealogy both of which go back to David. (One through Solomon and one through Nathan). All of which is only relevant if Joseph adopted Jesus.
[12] Redemption of a first born was done on the 30th day after birth and is normally not attended by the mother.
[13] Traveling at night was dangerous and they risked passing Jesus in the dark going the other way.
[14] The Temple was closed at sunset and re-opened at sunrise.
[15] The date Jesus was discovered missing was April 3rd, the day He died on the cross, and the date he was found was April 5th, the day He rose from the dead.
[16] Jesus was a Rabbi. He is called Rabbi throughout the New Testament. Rabbis undergo a very formal training and do not receive “authority” until they turned 30 years old which is when Jesus began his ministry.
[17] Jesus’ priesthood was not of the order of Levi but of the order of Melchizedek: a priesthood handed down from Father to Son.
[18] Either the apostle Andrew the Canaanite or his brother Jude (Thaddeus)
[19] Jesus’ use of “My hour” points Mary to His suffering and death in 3 years time but in conjunction to the problem of wine by turning the water into wine it is half way to His future turning of wine into His blood thus completing the parallel to Moses first miracle of turning water into blood.
[20] Just because our senses cannot perceive something, it doesn’t mean that it does not exist. God, angels, and demons exist and are at war.
[21] Each commandment can be expressed as a value statement. They are in priority sequence.
[22] (Mt 8:5-13) Jesus was amazed and said to those following him, “Truly I tell you, I have not found anyone in Israel with such great faith.
[23] (Mt 8:1-4, Mk 1:40-45, Lk 5:12-14) Jesus isn't defiled by lepers, lepers are made clean.
[24] (Mt 9:1-8, Mk 2:1-12, Lk 5:17-26) Jesus shows that the Son of Man is the Son of God as He has the power to forgive sins.
[25] (Mt 14:13-21, Mk 6:30-44) Both a foreshadowing of the Eucharist and a fulfillment of God's supplying manna in the desert.
[26] (Mt 14:22-33, Mk 6:4-52, Jn 6:16-21) Only God can control Nature.
[27] (Jn 11:1-45) Only God can raise the Dead.
[28] (Mt 20:29-34, Mk 10:46-52, Lk 18:35-43) Bartimaeus a blind man, recognizes Jesus as the Messiah, the Son of David.
[29] (Mt 21:18-22. Mk 11:12-14) Prophetical action: A condemnation of the Jewish rulers.
[30] (Lk 22:50-51) Proof that no one takes His life.
[31] (Jn 21-4-11) A reference to the 154 sedarim in the Torah. Jesus is the Torah.
[32] It says in three of the Gospels that Jesus was anticipating celebrating the Seder with the apostles. There was only one Seder celebrated during Holy Week before Jesus died and that was on the Essene calendar on Tuesday evening.
[33] The Essene’s were not allowed to offer animal sacrifice in the temple. So the Seder celebration did not have a sacrificial lamb (although they probably had lamb).
[34] The Seder Meal was both the sacrificial meal for the Paschal Lamb and was also a Todah thanksgiving sacrifice of bread and wine in thanksgiving for the deliverance that would be provided by the blood from the Lamb.
[35] Struct with at least 125 blows with a three-strap flagellum with imbedded lead.
[36] There is still in Jerusalem the cistern that was used as a common prison.
[37] He took him before the people and unintentionally spoke to the crowd in the words of the prophet Zechariah saying: "Behold the Man" (Jn 19:5, Zech 6:12). The verse in Zechariah says: "Behold the man whose name is Branch; and he shall grow up in his place, and he shall build the temple of God" (Zech 6:12). “Branch” is the primary symbol of the Messiah used also by Isaiah: “There shall come forth a shoot from the stump of Jesse, and a branch shall grow out of his roots” (Is 11:1); and Jeremiah: “See the days are coming when I will raise up a righteous branch for David; as King, he shall govern wisely, he shall do what is right in the land” (Jer 23:5). A typical rabbinical teaching technique is to start a quote: “Behold the Man” and everyone fills in the rest of the quote: “whose name is branch….”.
[38] The patibulum was the horizontal cross piece. The vertical piece, the stipes, was secured into the ground; so, holes didn’t need to be dug for every execution.
[39] Bernice was the woman who was cured of a hemorrhage by touching the hem of Jesus’ garment. see the Acts of Pilate Chapter VII)
[40] Just as Saul’s life changing experience on the road to Damascus caused his name to be changed to Paul. Bernice’s action was met not with instant death (for touching a condemned prisoner) but with an exclamation of “Vera icona”, “true image” by the centurion: thus Bernice became Veronica
[41] “YHVH” is the Hebrew equivalent of “INRI” that we have on top of every crucifix. YHVH is the name of God! It is also the fulfillment of John 8:28 "When you have lifted up (crucified) the son of Man you will realize that "I AM"! Now, you know the real reason the Jewish leaders wanted Pilate to change it.
[42] Jesus speaks in Hebrew so that those present will understand that He is referring to what we now know as Psalm 22. He is letting them know that He is about to fulfill that Psalm by providing the deliverence that will be told to all generations: the deliverence from sin accomplished throuh His crucifixion.
[43] "In order to fulfill Scripture" Jesus says "I thirst". Jesus needs to finish the Last Supper in order to fulfill the Feast of Unleavened Bread by completing the Seder Meal; during which He and the apostles left before consuming the 4th Cup and proclaiming the Nirtzah.
[44] "It is finished" is the proclamation of the Nirtzah and also what the priest says when the killing blow has been struck. Jesus' last four statements come within minutes of each other. They are accompanied with excruciating pain because His lungs were so full of fluid that He has to pull himself up with dislocated shoulders and right elbow, causing incredible pain in His shoulders, elbow, and bruised ribs, to expand his lungs in order to expell enough air to make his vocal cords work. In addition the movement of his mouth causes the reoccurance of the lanciating pain from the thorn in the trigiminal nerve.
[45] The Torah, the first five books of the Bible, is the Word of God. It was venerated as such and was read three times a week in the synagogues through out the Holy Land. There are 154 sedarim (verses) in the Torah which is equal to the 153 fish brought in by the apostles in the boat plus the fish that was already on the fire.
[46] "The Blessed Virgin Mary did not die; She ascended to Heaven with Her body and soul" -Message from five year old Gilles Bouhours given to Pope Pius XII during a special private audience May 15th, 1950 exactly three months prior to Pius XII issuing the dogma of the Assumption
[47] Message of Monday, October 12th 1981: Mary responded to a question; "Did you go to Heaven before or after death?" By saying "I went to heaven before death."
[48] In the House of David none of David’s descendants were monogamous therefore the Queen was the “Queen Mother”, the Mother of the King. She was the woman with the most influence over the King and she had a throne beside the throne of the King.
[49] The Prayer of St. Gertrude is one of the most famous of the prayers for souls in purgatory. St. Gertrude the Great was a Benedictine nun and mystic who lived in the 13th century. According to tradition, our Lord promised her that 1000 souls would be released from purgatory each time it is said devoutly. https://www.ourcatholicprayers.com/prayers-for-souls-in-purgatory.html
[42] Jesus speaks in Hebrew so that those present will understand that He is referring to what we now know as Psalm 22. He is letting them know that He is about to fulfill that Psalm by providing the deliverence that will be told to all generations: the deliverence from sin accomplished throuh His crucifixion.
[43] "In order to fulfill Scripture" Jesus says "I thirst". Jesus needs to finish the Last Supper in order to fulfill the Feast of Unleavened Bread by completing the Seder Meal; during which He and the apostles left before consuming the 4th Cup and proclaiming the Nirtzah.
[44] "It is finished" is the proclamation of the Nirtzah and also what the priest says when the killing blow has been struck. Jesus' last four statements come within minutes of each other. They are accompanied with excruciating pain because His lungs were so full of fluid that He has to pull himself up with dislocated shoulders and right elbow, causing incredible pain in His shoulders, elbow, and bruised ribs, to expand his lungs in order to expell enough air to make his vocal cords work. In addition the movement of his mouth causes the reoccurance of the lanciating pain from the thorn in the trigiminal nerve.
[42] Jesus speaks in Hebrew so that those present will understand that He is referring to what we now know as Psalm 22. He is letting them know that He is about to fulfill that Psalm by providing the deliverence that will be told to all generations: the deliverence from sin accomplished throuh His crucifixion.
[43] "In order to fulfill Scripture" Jesus says "I thirst". Jesus needs to finish the Last Supper in order to fulfill the Feast of Unleavened Bread by completing the Seder Meal; during which He and the apostles left before consuming the 4th Cup and proclaiming the Nirtzah.
[44] "It is finished" is the proclamation of the Nirtzah and also what the priest says when the killing blow has been struck. Jesus' last four statements come within minutes of each other. They are accompanied with excruciating pain because His lungs were so full of fluid that He has to pull himself up with dislocated shoulders and right elbow, causing incredible pain in His shoulders, elbow, and bruised ribs, to expand his lungs in order to expell enough air to make his vocal cords work. In addition the movement of his mouth causes the reoccurance of the lanciating pain from the thorn in the trigiminal nerve.
[42] Jesus speaks in Hebrew so that those present will understand that He is referring to what we now know as Psalm 22. He is letting them know that He is about to fulfill that Psalm by providing the deliverence that will be told to all generations: the deliverence from sin accomplished throuh His crucifixion.
[43] "In order to fulfill Scripture" Jesus says "I thirst". Jesus needs to finish the Last Supper in order to fulfill the Feast of Unleavened Bread by completing the Seder Meal; during which He and the apostles left before consuming the 4th Cup and proclaiming the Nirtzah.
[44] "It is finished" is the proclamation of the Nirtzah and also what the priest says when the killing blow has been struck. Jesus' last four statements come within minutes of each other. They are accompanied with excruciating pain because His lungs were so full of fluid that He has to pull himself up with dislocated shoulders and right elbow, causing incredible pain in His shoulders, elbow, and bruised ribs, to expand his lungs in order to expell enough air to make his vocal cords work. In addition the movement of his mouth causes the reoccurance of the lanciating pain from the thorn in the trigiminal nerve.
[42] Jesus speaks in Hebrew so that those present will understand that He is referring to what we now know as Psalm 22. He is letting them know that He is about to fulfill that Psalm by providing the deliverence that will be told to all generations: the deliverence from sin accomplished throuh His crucifixion.
[43] "In order to fulfill Scripture" Jesus says "I thirst". Jesus needs to finish the Last Supper in order to fulfill the Feast of Unleavened Bread by completing the Seder Meal; during which He and the apostles left before consuming the 4th Cup and proclaiming the Nirtzah.
[44] "It is finished" is the proclamation of the Nirtzah and also what the priest says when the killing blow has been struck. Jesus' last four statements come within minutes of each other. They are accompanied with excruciating pain because His lungs were so full of fluid that He has to pull himself up with dislocated shoulders and right elbow, causing incredible pain in His shoulders, elbow, and bruised ribs, to expand his lungs in order to expell enough air to make his vocal cords work. In addition the movement of his mouth causes the reoccurance of the lanciating pain from the thorn in the trigiminal nerve.

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