cross of Calvary


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cross′ of Cal′vary


n.
a Latin cross with a representation of steps beneath it.
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Noun1.cross of Calvary - a Latin cross set on three stepscross of Calvary - a Latin cross set on three steps  
Cross - a representation of the structure on which Jesus was crucified; used as an emblem of Christianity or in heraldry
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The mounted pole, for the evangelist, is the image of Jesus "mounted" on the cross of Calvary.
The Message of the Cross Church understands that these are strengthening methods and are benefits given by the Cross of Calvary.
And the Jesus of the cross of Calvary tells us that we should not expect to be loved in return.
They enable us to focus on the events which led Jesus to the Cross of Calvary and beyond.
Here the uncomforted Rachel weeps once more for her children and Mary and the other women huddle once more beneath the cross of Calvary rudely raised on a Friday around the ninth hour in the Connecticut town that is Bethlehem for all of us this Christmas.
We should all imitate Jesus Christ for the love he showed on the cross of Calvary," he said.
17, 2007, invocation, Hutchens referred to himself as a "minister of the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ" and lauded the New Testament and "the cross of Calvary.