Crucifixion of Jesus Christ (Matthew 27:32-56)
Matthew 27:32-56 narrates the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The passage describes Jesus being led to Golgotha, the place of crucifixion, where he is nailed to the cross alongside two criminals. The soldiers mock Jesus, and onlookers insult him, challenging him to save himself if he is truly the Son of God. Despite the pain and humiliation, Jesus endures the crucifixion, ultimately crying out to God before giving up his spirit and dying.
The passage also includes supernatural events, such as darkness covering the land for three hours and the curtain in the temple being torn in two at the moment of Jesus' death. The account concludes with the reactions of onlookers, including the Roman centurion and women who had followed Jesus, expressing their belief and grief over Jesus' death.