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When we read about the crucifixion in John 19:31-37, it is written that Jesus' legs were not broken to speed up his death. The author claims this fulfilled Psalms 34:20, which reads:

he protects all his bones, not one of them will be broken. (NIV translation)

If we read Psalm 34, the psalmist was writing about the goodness of God. Why was this verse was associated associated with Jesus?

There are more verses like this which are associated with Christ but they fit in the context from where they are taken from.

When we read about the crucifixion in John 19:31-37, it is written that Jesus' legs were not broken to speed up his death. The author claims this fulfilled Psalms 34:20, which reads:

he protects all his bones, not one of them will be broken. (NIV translation)

If we read Psalm 34, the psalmist was writing about the goodness of God. Why was this verse was associated with Jesus?

There are more verses like this which are associated with Christ but they fit in the context from where they are taken from.

When we read about the crucifixion in John 19:31-37, it is written that Jesus' legs were not broken to speed up his death. The author claims this fulfilled Psalms 34:20, which reads:

he protects all his bones, not one of them will be broken. (NIV translation)

If we read Psalm 34, the psalmist was writing about the goodness of God. Why was this verse associated with Jesus?

There are more verses like this which are associated with Christ but they fit in the context from where they are taken from.

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