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As we approach Easter, we are now reading about the final moments of Jesus’ life here on earth. Jesus’ life and death have significance in all he accomplished. Even in His private conversation with Pilate, Jesus reflected the truth of who He was and all He had done. I found it interesting in the beginning of John 18:38 when Pilate says, “What is truth?” In the Roman government of that time (much like has become for us today) “truth” was whatever the majority of people agreed for it to be. When there is no basis for truth, there is no basis for moral right and wrong. Jesus’ words and actions are the basis for our standard of truth and our moral behavior.

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