With the demons swarming and the vast armies of heaven’s angels standing by, but not allowed to intervene, the life slowly drains from the Lord’s body. Satan looks on, gloating, manipulating. His twisted satisfaction is suddenly interrupted however, by the great warrior Archangel Michael, flaming sword at Satan’s neck.
The Father gives the command and Earth stands still, literally, as the mighty armies of heaven; thousands upon thousands, and tens of thousands upon tens of thousands, pour out of heaven’s gates and head to the cross. Could this be the greatest battle between heaven and hell that has ever been fought? Or is there a greater plan unfolding that neither angels or demons could possibly have foreseen?
Told predominantly through the perspective of the mighty Archangel Michael, with the vast armies of heaven’s angels at his back, ‘The Crucifixion’ provides a fictional account of the unimaginable grief and raw emotion likely faced by God and the angels as the events of Christ’s death run their horrific and drawn out course. Capturing the deep loving Father heart of God, not only for His son Jesus, but also for us as human beings, we’re taken on an exhilarating and emotional journey through the conflicting moments of incomprehensible suffering and yet ultimate triumph of Easter.
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