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No Fault in This Man Coloring Page

No Fault in this Man Coloring Page

I love the song we sang in church this morning. If you’ve never heard it before, you need to look it up. The lyrics go like this:

The Power of the Cross

by Keith Getty

Oh, to see the dawn
Of the darkest day:
Christ on the road to Calvary.
Tried by sinful men,
Torn and beaten, then
Nailed to a cross of wood.

This, the pow’r of the cross:
Christ became sin for us;
Took the blame, bore the wrath—
We stand forgiven at the cross.

Oh, to see the pain
Written on Your face,
Bearing the awesome weight of sin.
Ev’ry bitter thought,
Ev’ry evil deed
Crowning Your bloodstained brow.

Now the daylight flees;
Now the ground beneath
Quakes as its Maker bows His head.
Curtain torn in two,
Dead are raised to life;
“Finished!” the vict’ry cry.

Oh, to see my name
Written in the wounds,
For through Your suffering I am free.
Death is crushed to death;
Life is mine to live,
Won through Your selfless love.

This, the pow’r of the cross:
Son of God—slain for us.
What a love! What a cost!
We stand forgiven at the cross.

Those words never fail to send a chill up my spine. The idea that One who “knew no sin” would take my sin — and yours — upon Himself is almost more than I can fathom.

Those were the thoughts going through my head as I worked on the printable I’m sharing with you today — a beautiful No Fault in This Man coloring page.

No Fault in Him

I Find No Fault in This Man (Free Coloring Page)

Even Pilate recognized the fact Jesus had done nothing deserving of death. “I find no fault in this man,” he declared to the mob gathered at Christ’s trial.

He could have searched from now to eternity and never discovered any fault — for no fault was there. Christ was perfectly sinless — yet He willingly bore the weight for our “every bitter thought and every evil deed.” Truly, there is no greater love!

I love the beautiful artwork in these public domain illustrations. I used acrylic paint on the page borders and Prismacolor pencils to fill in the scene.

For those interested in coloring the matching illustration, I published a printable of the facing page last Easter. You can download that one here: “He Carried our Sorrows” Coloring Page.

Both can also be found in Because He Lives, the newest title in my collection of devotional journals.

Because He Lives

My goal in creating this particular journal was to inspire readers to think deeply about the unfathomable grace and mercy of the Lord Jesus Christ. His love for us compelled Him to take on flesh, come to earth, and pay the penalty for our sins by dying on a cruel cross. When he rose from the grave, He conquered sin and death forevermore so that forgiveness and eternal life can be ours by grace through faith in Him alone. Hallelujah! What a Savior! Amen?

So, if you prefer the permanence of coloring in book form, pick up a copy of Because He Lives today.

Because He Lives Devotional Journal by Jennifer Flanders

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  1. The coloring page is just beautiful! Much of my joy this Lent has been in watching my children rejoice in finding ways to give. Each year a new deeper understanding of Jesus’ sacrificial Love for us is revealed to myself and my children through Lent. I love seeing their understanding and awe for our Savior grow.

    1. Yes, Erin. It is deeply gratifying to see our children grow in their faith, isn’t it? We can testify with John, “I have no greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in the truth.” (3 John 1:4)

  2. My girls are young, so to celebrate Easter we generally read through the Bible story, then go through different symbols and their meanings with our resurrection eggs. As my girls get older I love hearing how they are really grasping the true meaning of Easter, even past the candy and bunny distractions!

    1. Aren’t those Resurrection Eggs the sweetest thing? Whoever came up with that idea was brilliant. My kids and grandkids love reviewing the Easter story that way!

  3. This journal looks great! I love to spend my time before Easter reflecting on the story of how our Savior redeemed us and trying to convey that to my children through bible study,books and resurrection rolls.

    1. It’s been a few years since we’ve made resurrection rolls, Lydia. Got to get that recipe out and rekindle that tradition — maybe with grandkids, too!

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