This sermon focuses on the profound implications of Jesus Christ’s crucifixion outside of Jerusalem, symbolizing His ultimate rejection and suffering. We explore the theological significance of Christ’s execution outside the city gates, drawing parallels with Old Testament practices where unclean and sinful elements were expelled from the camp. This powerful image emphasizes the alienation and condemnation Christ endured on behalf of humanity, underscoring the cross as a place of ultimate sacrifice and redemption. This message challenges believers to embrace the scandal and folly of the cross, which the world sees as a weakness, recognizing it as the power of God for salvation.