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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
- adjective that has been subject to
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_They that are Christ's have crucified the flesh, with the afflictions and lusts -- HAVE crucified_.
For those that don't hold the faith, an effigy of the Virgin or of Christ crucified is no different than a Sioux totem pole for a Catholic.
In the midst of heavenly glory Christ crucified is still the prominent object. seven horns -- that is, perfect might, "seven" symbolizing perfection;
Christ crucified is the foundation of all our joys.
The doctrine of Christ crucified is now as strengthening and comforting to a believer as ever it was, and his mediation still of as much value and efficacy as ever.
Christ crucified is a stumbling-block to the Jews.
Christ crucified is king of his church, his spiritual
This made the cross of Christ such a stumbling-block to the Jews, that they looked upon it to be inconsistent with the power of the Messiah; he was crucified in weakness (2 Cor.xiii. 4), so it seemed to them; but indeed Christ crucified is the Power of God.
Christ crucified is the power of God (1 Cor.i. 24); let him by a lively faith take hold of him, as a man that is sinking catches hold of a bough, or cord, or plank, that is within his reach, or as the malefactor took hold of the horns of the altar, believing that there is no other name by which he can be saved, by which he can be reconciled.
"I don't use the word crucified lightly," said Chaplin, "but in one sense I have been crucified by the system.