Matthew 26:14-16 | Matthew 26:47-49
Item: 3 coins (find around your house)
Judas Iscariot, one of the 12 disciples of Jesus, went to the chief
priests to plot against Jesus. Judas betrayed Jesus, and they gave
him 30 pieces of silver to bring them to Jesus so they could arrest Him.
Matthew 27:1-2 | Matthew 27:22-24
Item: String or yarn (find around your house)
When Jesus finished praying in the garden, Judas came into the
garden with soldiers and city officials. The chief priests and the
Pharisees had sent them. They arrested Jesus and tied him up and
sent him to the Governor, Pilate, to be put on trial.
Item: Red Fabric (provided)
This represents the scarlet robe and the crown of thorns that they
placed on Christ before they crucified Him.
Matthew 27:31, 35-37
Item: Item: Cross (provided)
After they had finished mocking Jesus, the soldiers took Jesus to the
place called Golgotha and nailed him to a cross.
Matthew 27:58-59 | John 19:40
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A man named Joseph approached Pilate to ask for the body of Jesus.
Joseph wrapped the body in spices and strips of linen, then placed it
in a new tomb cut out of the rock.
Matthew 27:60, 63-66
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Joseph placed Jesus in a tomb, rolled a large stone in front of the
entrance and went away. Later, the chief priests and the Pharisees
put a seal on the stone and posted guards there.
Empty Egg- Jesus is Risen!!
On the third day after Jesus’ crucifixion, the women brought spices to
the tomb to anoint Jesus’ body. But they saw that the stone in front of
Jesus’ tomb had been rolled away and the body of Jesus was not there.
An angel told them, “Jesus is not here; he has risen from the dead!”