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The Gospel in the Seven Sayings of the Cross—Pt. 5 (Separation from God)
Shared by: Bobby McDaniel on Oct, 2013
Summary: Even as Christ bearing the sins of the world separated Him from His father while on the cross, so do our sins separate us from God until we have a saving personal relationship with Christ.
Series: The Seven Sayings of the Cross
Seven Saying From the Cross-Number 4
Shared by: Jimmy Haile on Mar, 2012
Summary: Jesus has been hanging now six hours upon the tree, and He has not once so much as thought about Himself, He has interceded for His tortures. He has comforted the thief in his agony, and promised him a reward for his faith. He has looked with lovin
The Real meaning behind Christmas (Part 4)
Shared by: Denis O'Callaghan Ph.D. ,Th.D., D.D., D. Phil. on Dec, 2011
Summary: It is this fourth word from our dying Saviour that causes me to begin to cry and weep as I see our dear Lord the sinless perfect Son of God who came from the very Throne room of the Most High God.
Series: "the day
Trust Above Your Circumstances
Shared by: Mark Haines on Apr, 2011
Summary: Our faith tends to rise and fall based on our circumstances. The more pain we feel the more doubt we express. But Jesus, even as he died on the cross, rose about his feelings of abandonment and entrusted his spirit into the Father’s care.
CONCERNS From The CROSS-2
Shared by: Byron Sherman on Apr, 2011
Summary: 2 of 2. As Jesus hung on the cross, He voiced concerns of great significance. At the juncture of life & death, our greatest concerns are prioritized. What are significant concerns for Jesus? 6 Significant Concerns of Jesus from the Cross.
The Triumph of The Cross
Shared by: Todd Leupold on May, 2007
Summary: The Cross of Christ is unimaginably tragic. Yet, it is also amazingly triumphant! There is pain, but out of that pain will emerge new joy. There is despair, but out of that despair will arise eternal hope!
Series: Characteristics of the Cross
Singing with Jesus
Shared by: J. Curtis Goforth, O.S.L. on Mar, 2007
Summary: This is a sermon on the fourth word of Jesus from the cross "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?" This sermon takes a new look at Jesus’ words here from Psalm 22 and shows how Jesus is not forsaken but actually praising God even in the midst of the
Series: The Last Words of Jesus
A CRY IN THE DARK
Shared by: Frank Lay on Apr, 2006
Summary: After three hours on the cross something amazing happened. The Bible tells us that, “from the sixth hour until the ninth hour there was darkness over all the land.” That would be from noon until 3:00 PM in our way of keeping time. It was a deep darkness