Old Woman in Church uncredited Charles Fogel Card Player uncredited Art Fowler Guard at Concentration Camp uncredited Allen Fox Guard at Concentration Camp uncredited Hans Fuerberg Guard uncredited Curt Furberg Small Role uncredited Frederick Giermann Inspector uncredited Connie Gilchrist Frau Binder uncredited Albert Godderis Man in Montage uncredited Lisa Golm Frau Hinkel uncredited Frank Hagney Man on Street uncredited Edna Hall Bus Passenger uncredited Louis Hart Prisoner at Concentration Camp uncredited Carol Hartsook Sauer's Daughter uncredited Jimmy Hawkins Plant Workman uncredited Hans Herbert Schoolmaster uncredited Hallene Hill Frau Kaupfen uncredited Dick Hirbe Boy at Fountain uncredited Herbert Holcombe Gestapo uncredited Wes Howard Prisoner at Concentration Camp uncredited Eilene Janssen Girl in Orchard uncredited Frank Jaquet Herr Schmitt uncredited Jerry Jerome Man in Corduroy Coat uncredited Kenneth John Boy uncredited Tiny Jones Townswoman uncredited Willy Kaufman Minor Role uncredited Boots Kaye Small Role uncredited Paul Kruger Guard uncredited Laura Lane Girl on Street uncredited Larry Lathrop Boy at Fountain uncredited Nolan Leary Factory Workman uncredited Mitchell Lewis Prisoner at Concentration Camp uncredited Adolf E.
Guard uncredited Egon Lind Give us hope at every moment of darkness, so that we may bring your hope to the world. Our Father Bruised, derided, cursed, defiled, she beheld her tender Child, all with bloody scourges rent. We adore you, O Christ, and we praise you. Because by your holy cross you have redeemed the world. For it was fitting that he, for whom and by whom all things exist, in bringing many sons of glory, should make the pioneer of their salvation perfect through suffering.
Hebrews 2: And in this his woe he suffered seven great pains. The first was the sore bruising he took in his falling, which was to him a pain proper to his human condition; the second was the heaviness of his body; the third was the feebleness following from these two; the fourth that he was blinded in his reason and stunned in his mind, to such length that he had almost forgotten his own love; the fifth was that he might not rise; the sixth was most marvellous to me, that he lay all alone and I saw none to help him; and the seventh was that the place where he lay was hard and grievous.
And I marvelled how this servant might meekly suffer there all this woe. I love you Jesus, my love, above all things I repent with my whole heart for having offended you. Never permit me to separate myself from you again. Grant that I may love you always, then do with me as you will. These words of the Psalm come to mind as we see Jesus fall to the ground a second time under the Cross. Here in the dust of the earth lies the Condemned One.
Crushed by the weight of his Cross. His strength drains away from him more and more. But with great effort he gets up again to continue his march. To us sinners, what does this second fall say? More than the first one, it seems to urge us to get up, to get up again on our way of the cross. It explains how Christianity is the religion of the Cross. It tells us that every person here below meets Christ who carries the Cross and falls under its weight.
In his turn, Christ, on the way to Calvary, meets every man and woman and, falling under the weight of the Cross, does not cease to proclaim the good news. For years the gospel of the Cross has spoken to man.
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The Nazis are not only certain they can capture all seven, but the commandant has transformed seven trees in the camp into crosses onto which each of the seven escapees will be crucified to be made examples of. The Day the War Began. Man on Street uncredited Michael Miller Scrobble Stats? What has He done to deserve all this? His strength drains away from him more and more. Visit store. Man on Street uncredited Edna Hall
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