At what time did the crucified Jesus prove himself to be Lord and Messiah with his “enemies as a footstool under his feet” according to prophecy, the event and reminiscence? (Psalms 110:1; Acts 2: 34 ...
You answered your own question. How foolish! When Jesus looked down on the Cross, He didn't die. He moved on to free the captives and thereby free and save the world from their sin. He at that time had placed the world at His foot. Or His enemies as a footstool under his feet. He destroyed death forever! He resurrected man forever through His lifting us up with Him. IN Him is Salvation and for all who believe their salvation is complete in The Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. AMEN!
P.S. What is this Divine mockery? You can tempt men, but it is a fool who tempts and mocks the Lord and Savior. THERE IS NO MOCKERY! Get behind me Satan!
First of all, the victory in Christ's death lies in its cause, viz.: his own will, power and timing!
Secondly, Christ's death is a powerful demo. of what he once predicted, "What gives life is God's Spirit; man's power is of no use at all" (John 6:63)
Therefore, I challenge you to find a greater mockery by the divine over the human than the defining moment of of Jesus Christ as Lord over death and life looking down at his "enemies as a footstool under his feet"!