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- ReadWeekly PathFriday April 15, 2022
Having now tasted the vinegar, the produce of that vineyard that had degenerated in spite of its divine planter and had turned to the sourness of a foreign vine, the Lord says, “It is finished,” that is, the Scriptures are fulfilled. There is nothing more to endure from these raging people. I have endured all that I foretold I should suffer. The mysteries of weakness are completed. Let the proofs of power be produced. And so he bowed the head and yielded up his spirit and gave that body that would be raised again on the third day the rest of peaceful slumber. Leo the Great
When he had drunk the wine mingled with myrrh and vinegar, he said, “It is finished.” For the mystery has been fulfilled. The things that are written have been accomplished. Sins are forgiven. Cyril of Jerusalem
Elowsky, J. C., ed. (2007). John 11–21 (p. 322). InterVarsity Press.