Object lesson - Easter (04): Jesus, Barabbas and Pontius Pilate - Why doesn't Jesus defend himself?
Jesus didn't defend himself - should we?
In the Bible book of Isaiah, the prophet writes about Jesus: "God's servant was abused, but he did not resist. He remained silent..." Does this mean for example that children have to keep their mouths shut when they are bullied? This is a good way to think about this question.
This idea is part of a complete Sunday School lesson on the Bible story of Jesus, Barabbas and Pontius Pilate in Matthew 27: 1-2, 11-26.
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