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Texts: Matthew 27:45-46; Psalm 22 (p. 834, 457)

Jesus felt on the cross the things we experience in the darkness – the pains, the struggles, the , the aloneness, the shame, the sin.
(Mt. 27:45-46)

Jesus is calling our attention not just to His feelings and experience but beyond that to the expressed in the Psalm He is quoting.

even in the darkness.

“I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have . But take heart! I have overcome the world.” John 16:33

- It is well because our Father is in even in the darkness.

Nothing about the cross was a surprise because none of it was . (Ps. 22:7-8,16,18)

Jesus was a before the foundations of the earth were established. (1 Peter 1:20)

- It is well because our Father is at even in the darkness. (Ps. 22:4-5)

Romans 8:28 And we know that in things God works for the of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.

- It is well because our Father will finish His over the darkness. (Ps. 22:27-28)

One day the King , and in that day there will be no more darkness.

It is in seeing Jesus, in seeing the cross, that we can know deep within “it is well” and “it ” even in the darkness.

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