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Did Jesus die for this?
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Built for a vignette contest at IndyLUG, the scene contrasts the comforts of the lower fig with the suffering of the upper one. I ask myself, "Did Jesus die for my comfort?"


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  January 24, 2012
jesus dide on the cross for our sins john 3:16 say "God so loved the world he gave his onley begoten son so that who ever beleves in him you will have ever lasting life"
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  January 8, 2011
I am religious at Christianity. I belive in Christ
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  April 1, 2009
I understand the message. I don't believe in jesus and 'god', And for the others: you must know that you can't fight because you have an other religion.
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  December 31, 2008
Super Guy and t, I don't think you get the message of this vignette. It is intended to be a reminder that Jesus died not for my comfort, but for my salvation. It is meant to be a disturbing image. It is meant to disturb me out of my comfort zone.
  December 21, 2008
I think Fox is LDS like me! whatever the MOC is sacrilegious and I do not approve. not that its up to me but choose a different topic.
  March 25, 2008
Dude thats offending fellow Christians (like me) STOP MAKING THIS
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  August 5, 2007
Aw come on don't turn this into a religious debate
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  October 25, 2006
wow what a great message. You know i just recently made a figure of him and I used the same face and hair. Check mine out if you want dude.
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  February 22, 2006
Jesus did die for the comfort of knowing you have the abiltiy to accept him as your savior and live eternally with him. Excellent message portrayed in lego. And guy at the bottom: He did die willingly. The night before he was betrayed he prayed "Father, if you are willing, remove this cup from me. Nevertheless, not my will, but yours, be done." This means, if it was to pass it would've. But it did not, and he chose the right thing to do.
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  April 11, 2005
This MOC portrays so much more than a couple of bricks.
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  April 11, 2005
Jesus died because he was killed. He didnt willingly die.
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