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Mark 15 - NIV

33 At noon, darkness came over the whole land until three in the afternoon.

34 And at three in the afternoon Jesus cried out in a loud voice, “Eloi, Eloi, lema sabachthani?” (which means “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” ).[a]

35 When some of those standing near heard this, they said, “Listen, he’s calling Elijah.”


Footnotes

a. Mark 15:34 Psalm 22:1


Sermons on Mark 15 More sermons: Mark 15

Freddy Fritz avatar
The Cross: Why Did Jesus Die?
Shared by: Freddy Fritz on Oct, 2015
Summary: In this lesson we learn about the significance of the cross as well as various reactions to the cross.
Scripture: Mark 15:33-39
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Views: 314
Bobby Stults avatar
Remembering What Jesus Accomplished FOR Us
Shared by: Bobby Stults on Aug, 2015
Summary: Communion service sermon reinforcing WHAT Jesus accomplished & what it means for us... *This sermon contains the opening Scripture & illustration 'borrowed' from sermon preached.by Bob Record, formerly the North American Mission Board President of SBC
Scripture: Mark 15:33-40
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 611
Madana Kumar, PhD avatar
Death and Burial of Jesus : End Before a new Beginning
Shared by: Madana Kumar, PhD on Apr, 2015
Summary: The end of God's wrath demonstrated by the darkness and alienation from God was actually a beginning of many things.
Tom Shepard avatar
Forsaken
Shared by: Tom Shepard on Mar, 2015
Summary: This sermon in the fourth in the series. 1. This is (Not) a cry of DISILLUSIONMENT 2. This is (Not) a cry of PHYSICAL SUFFERING 3. This is a cry of FULFILLED PROPHECY 4. It was a cry of REALITY
based on 6 ratings
Scripture: Mark 15:33-36
Denomination: *other
Views: 4,212
Buffy Cook avatar
The Servant Finishes - His Death, Part 2
Shared by: Buffy Cook on Jan, 2015
Summary: Tenth in a 12 part series examining THE most important week in all of history: The Passion Week, when Jesus fulfilled Mark 10:45. The Servant Finishes - His Death. We see the Misery Of His Death, The Miracles At His Death, and The Ministry Of His Death.
Series: Passion Week
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Mark 15:33-41
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 298
Ken McKinley avatar
Resurrection Sunday - the Way is Open
Shared by: Ken McKinley on Apr, 2014
Summary: our message for Easter Sunday dealing with 2 proofs that Christ has done more than enough
based on 3 ratings
Scripture: Mark 15:33-16:8
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 823
D Marion Clark avatar
Death
Shared by: D Marion Clark on Dec, 2012
Summary: Jesus died on the cross to redeem you; he has fought the battle and has won; he has offered the sacrifice on your behalf and it was accepted; he has purchased you with his blood.
Michael McCartney avatar
One Cry
Shared by: Michael McCartney on Apr, 2012
Summary: Jesus cry, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me!” is a desperate cry of loneliness. I believe this was the worst and the most horrible moment of the crucifixion for Jesus. When sin invaded His life and the Father walked away! He felt totally alone! H
Series: One Thing
Ralph Andrus avatar
Seven Words One Friday - 4 Reconciliation (Atonement)
Shared by: Ralph Andrus on Apr, 2012
Summary: ❶. Jesus Identifies With The Sinner's Darkness ❷ . Jesus Identifies With The Sinner's Despair ❸ . Jesus Identifies With The Sinner's Death
Scripture: Mark 15:33-34
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 2,180
Bruce Rzengota avatar
Service of the Stations of the Cross
Shared by: Bruce Rzengota on Jan, 2012
Summary: A modern Liturgy for an Evangelical Approach to the Stations of the Cross
based on 3 ratings
Scripture: Mark 15:33-39
Views: 2,614
Gary Taber avatar
My God, My God
Shared by: Gary Taber on Jul, 2010
Summary: Good Friday Service
based on 9 ratings
Scripture: Mark 15:34
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 4,808
Michael McCartney avatar
The Cry!
Shared by: Michael McCartney on Apr, 2010
Summary: Jesus cry, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me!” is a desperate cry of loneliness. I believe this was the worst and the most horrible moment of the crucifixion for Jesus. When sin invaded His life and the Father walked away! He felt totally alone! H
Series: Easter
based on 4 ratings
Scripture: Mark 15:33-39
Views: 1,986
Troy Horne avatar
My God, My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me
Shared by: Troy Horne on Mar, 2009
Summary: A continuing look at the last words of Christ from the cross.
based on 4 ratings
Denomination: Holiness
Views: 1,857
Jonathan  Campbell avatar
Why?
Shared by: Jonathan Campbell on Mar, 2009
Summary: Some thoughts on the bitter cry of Christ on Calvary - "My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?"
based on 9 ratings
Scripture: Mark 15:34
Denomination: Independent/Bible
Views: 1,674
Mike Gilbert avatar
Final Words, Part Two
Shared by: Mike Gilbert on Mar, 2008
Summary: Lessons we can learn from Jesus’ final words on the cross.
based on 7 ratings
Scripture: Mark 15:33-37
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,828
Denn Guptill avatar
God Why Don't You Do Something
Shared by: Denn Guptill on Sep, 2007
Summary: As we stand at the foot of the cross it is easy to demand of God how could you allow this happen, why don’t you do something?
based on 3 ratings
Scripture: Mark 15:33-39
Denomination: Wesleyan
Views: 588
Jeff Strite avatar
The Final Door
Shared by: Jeff Strite on Apr, 2007
Summary: When Jesus died, the veil of the Temple was torn from top to bottom. What does this teach us about Jesus and the message of Christianity?
Johnny Creasong avatar
No Entrance! No Exit! No Way!
Shared by: Johnny Creasong on Apr, 2007
Summary: The life of Jesus is bracketed by two impossibilities: a virgin’s womb and an empty tomb. For those who think there is no way, think again!
based on 15 ratings
Scripture: Mark 15:33-16:7
Denomination: Church Of God
Views: 1,612
Philip Cooper avatar
When God Turned Away
Shared by: Philip Cooper on Mar, 2007
Summary: The fourth of Jesus’ sayings from the Cross.
Series: CrossWords
based on 24 ratings
Scripture: Mark 15:33-35
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 2,162
Tom Shepard avatar
Why?
Shared by: Tom Shepard on Nov, 2006
Summary: This is a funeral sermon that points to Jesus - He too asked "Why?"
based on 136 ratings
Scripture: Mark 15:34
Denomination: *other
Views: 10,427
Pat Cook avatar
Unveiling God's Heart
Shared by: Pat Cook on Apr, 2006
Summary: This is about the Temple curtain torn in 2 when Jesus died. It shows us God’s heart of approachability, availability, and affection.
based on 31 ratings
Scripture: Mark 15:33-39
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 4,833
Michael McCartney avatar
One Cry a Cry of Loneliness
Shared by: Michael McCartney on Apr, 2006
Summary: Jesus cry, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me!” is a desperate cry of loneliness. I believe this was the worst and the most horrible moment of the crucifixion for Jesus. When sin invaded His life and the Father walked away! He felt totally alone!
based on 15 ratings
Scripture: Mark 15:33-39
Views: 938
Shawn Drake avatar
Jesus, In Your Mess
Shared by: Shawn Drake on Apr, 2005
Summary: This is the 9th sermon in the series "When Jesus Comes To Your Town". This series is based on the "Passion Week".
based on 36 ratings
Scripture: Mark 15:33-39
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,891
Michael McCartney avatar
The Cry of Loneliness
Shared by: Michael McCartney on Mar, 2005
Summary: Jesus cry, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me!” is a desperate cry of loneliness. I believe this was the worst and the most horrible moment of the crucifixion of Jesus. When sin invaded His life and the Father walked away!
based on 67 ratings
Scripture: Mark 15:33-39
Views: 6,256
Dana Chau avatar
Forsaken for Us
Shared by: Dana Chau on Mar, 2004
Summary: Learn why Christ was forsaken on the cross.
Series: Easter
based on 57 ratings
Denomination: *other
Views: 4,361
Jeff Strite avatar
Surely This Was The Son Of God (Whose Line Is It?)
Shared by: Jeff Strite on Apr, 2003
Summary: Something happened the day Jesus was crucified that turned a callous Roman Centurion into a worshipper at the cross. It was something he "saw" and something he "heard." But what?
based on 114 ratings
Scripture: Mark 15:33-39
Views: 10,778
Kathleen Kisner avatar
At the Foot of the Cross: Powerlessness
Shared by: Kathleen Kisner on Aug, 2002
Summary: The Good Friday story told from the viewpoint of Salome
based on 22 ratings
Scripture: Mark 15:33-41
Denomination: Methodist
Views: 2,081
Kathleen Kisner avatar
At the Foot of the Cross: Love
Shared by: Kathleen Kisner on Aug, 2002
Summary: The Good Friday story told from the perspective of Mary the mother of James the younger and Joses
based on 17 ratings
Scripture: Mark 15:33-41
Denomination: Methodist
Views: 848
Larry Jones avatar
The Day God Died
Shared by: Larry Jones on Apr, 2001
Summary: Although the death of Jesus may have appeared destructive, we find life in Him.
based on 51 ratings
Scripture: Mark 15:33-37
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 934
John Beehler avatar
The Hammer
Shared by: John Beehler on Apr, 2001
Summary: Who is REALLY responsible for Jesus’ death?
based on 167 ratings
Scripture: Mark 15:33-39
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Views: 576