Luke 22:14-23:56 or 23:1-49
One of the prerequisites for doing business nowadays is to have a “logo” — a sign or symbol which people will immediately recognize and identify with a certain product or company. Some logos have become very famous; the “Coca Cola” name written in cursive letters, McDonald’s “Golden Arches,” the Hallmark greeting card “Crown,” General Electric’s stylized initials, Heinz’s “57 varieties,” to name a few.
Although the Cross is displayed in endless varieties, it is immediately recognized by everyone as the Logos of our Christian Faith — whether it is displayed with the image of Christ (the Crucifix) or without the image of Christ. It is carved out of wood, cast in iron, burnished in copper, hewn out of marble, molded in plastic, and even lit up in neon. It stands atop steeples, is worn on necklaces, appears on bumper stickers, and hangs above pulpits and altars.
As the Logos of the Christian Faith, the Cross symbolizes many things. It is a symbol of…
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