How Jesus Already Knew His Path to the Cross.


Jesus, in the days leading up to his crucifixion, knew and foretold the events that would unfold, including his betrayal and abandonment by his disciples. He drew from Old Testament scriptures to understand his path to the cross and prepared his disciples accordingly. Despite the sorrowful events, there is comfort in the fulfilment of scripture and God’s promises.


  • [⚔️] Jesus foresaw his death and prepared his disciples for it, as seen in Luke 9.
  • [📜] Old Testament scriptures, such as Zachariah 9:9, foretold events like Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem.
  • [💰] Prophecy also spoke of betrayal and the 30 pieces of silver, fulfilled by Judas.
  • [🕊️] Jesus knew his disciples would abandon and deny him, as indicated in Psalm 38 and Matthew 26.
  • [🐑] The scattering of the disciples was foretold, as in Zachariah 13:7, but Jesus prepared them for it.
  • [📖] Jesus’ understanding of scripture guided his path and prepared his disciples, offering comfort and reassurance.


  • Jesus, Crucifixion, Old Testament Prophecy
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