In the old city of Jerusalem, the road of suffering is a must-see for tourists, especially Christians. The 14th station of Kushiro began from the trial of Jesus, the whipping, the crucifixion, and the final execution. The descendants used the bronze medals to engrave the Roman numerals at the incident. And some places have also built churches.
Jerusalem is regarded as a holy city by Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. It is the only city in the world that enjoys this honor. Judaism: The Jews learned from the first five chapters of the Old Testament that the Messiah prophesied by the prophets would eventually appear on Mount Zion in Jerusalem, when all the nations would be united. This is one of the fundamental reasons why the Jews established the State of Israel and Jerusalem was its eternal capital.
This is a city of faith. It enjoys the only glory in the world, the Holy Land of Sanjiao, which is also the place closest to God. It is such a colorful and sacred place. It has gone through the mud for thousands of years, and passed through the darkness. First, go to the light. You will unconsciously move and sigh for it, tearing up the story behind it. The history of three thousand years has given the city too many stories, the rise of a country, the decline of a dynasty, the exile of a nation, the birth of a religion. The history of
millennium has also precipitated too much culture here, and has also left too much religious culture. The Bible says that after being betrayed by Judas, Jesus was arrested and sentenced to death, and he carried a heavy cross, one step at a time, and died. For Jesus, Jerusalem is not a land of life, but a land of suffering, yet he has been here to redeem all the people of God with his love.
and the road that Jesus was walking at the time was the so-called hardship. The road of suffering began at the Lions Gate in the ancient city. Finally, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, a total of fourteen relics, also tells the story of Jesus. Fourteen key moments of the execution. Jesus calmly accepted the verdict and took up the cross.
fall, climb, fall again. On this road, he met his mother, the Virgin Mary, and met the believer who comforted him. He endured the tremendous pain of his body and mind, calmly as if not Go to die, but just go to a dinner party. On this long road, he has completed his journey of suffering. The hardships of today are no longer a simple road.
Jerusalem is a holy city of Christianity. Many Christians all over the world come to this city, not to travel, but to pilgrimage. Two thousand years ago, Jesus carried a heavy cross and walked hard through the streets of Jerusalem, step by step to the execution ground, and then crucified. This path that Jesus walked before the martyrdom was called "the road of suffering" in Christianity.
In the pattern of Jerusalem's great runaway, we followed the path of suffering and regained the path of Jesus' crucifixion. Crying is the road that Jesus walked after carrying the cross, and there were 14 pauses in the middle. People called these 14 pauses fourteen stops. The end of the road of suffering is the place where Jesus was sentenced, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Coming out of the solemn Church of Our Lady, we have entered the daily life of people, and under the sun, it is a living Jerusalem.