I see my Precious Saviour there on MountCalvary in His blood soaked garments. Standing tall and true before a post placed in the ground. Standing behind the center post was a Gentile centurion. Standing on each side of Jesus were two Gentile soldiers. Jesus was in the midst of the two malefactors for they considered Him the of worst of the malefactors. Upon the command of the centurion, they began to crucify our Precious Lord. The four stripped Him of His bloody garments, casting them aside, later to gamble for them according to the Scriptures. Upon the command of the centurion, the four, roughly cast our precious Saviour down upon the ground, which He had created. Each team of two jerked out His arms straight on the crossbeam that lie in front of the post that was six feet long from the wood that He had created. They lashed His forearms to that crossbeam with the rope that He had created. This is that crossbeam that Jesus carried up Calvary’s Hill. Then one on each side grasp a nail and placed it on a certain spot on His wrists and the other on each side grasp a mallet and simultaneous began to drive their nails into His caring precious wrists.
With each blow of the mallets, His precious Divine blood would spurt out of both His wrists, covering the heathen with His Divine blood. Our Precious Saviour would shudder in agony of untold pain, “yet He opened not His mouth.” Upon completion of this gruesome task, they laid aside their bloody mallets and upon the command of the centurion, the four lifted up the crossbeam with His body swinging back and forth then they pushed it up to the top of the post then the centurion lashed the crossbeam to the face of the post. Then the two would grasp His left leg and the other two would grasp His right leg then simultaneous would force His body upward until His body straddled a saddle peg driven into the post at a certain place, causing His shoulders and elbows to go out of joint simultaneous. Causing our Precious Saviour to shudder in agony of untold pain, “yet He opened not His mouth. “Then each pair would quickly grasp His ankles and push both of His legs upwards until He was in a fetal position and His feet were flat against the post.
Then one of each pair would pick up a long crude nail and placed it in a certain spot on each of His feet near His heel. Then the other one of each pair would grasp the bloody mallet used on His loving caring hands and simultaneous began to drive the crude nails through His heels. With every blow of the mallet untold pain would course up through His entire body and cause untold agony, “yet He opened not His mouth.” To breathe our precious Saviour would lift up His precious body on the nails that were in His feet causing excruciating pain “yet He opened not His mouth.”
Upon finishing their gruesome task, the Gentile soldiers sat down to watch Him die in untold agony and then they cast lots for His bloody garments. On the day of infamy these Scriptures were fulfilled, some going back to the time when Adam disobeyed God and fell into sin causing God in His mercy and love for fallen man to become sin for us who knew no sin that we might be made the righteousness of God in His Son, the Lord Jesus Christ. He became our substitute so that we would not be judged at the Great White Throne and be cast into the Lake of fire to be in torments for all eternity. And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel. I am poured out like water, and all my bones are out of joint: my heart is like wax; it is melted in the midst of my bowels. They parted my garments among them, and upon my vesture did they cast lots that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophet.
This is what happened on the day of infamy when they crucified God’s Son The Lord Jesus Christ. It is after much prayer and meditation in the Scriptures related to His crucifixion I have arrived as to how they crucified Gods Son. I know it is not the way the religious world pictures His death, but truth is truth. It is not a pretty word picture of our Saviour’s death on the Cross of Calvary. I also researched many Roman history books on the crucifixion. They were very cruel to the Jews. Some of it may be conjuncture but it is what I believe took place.