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To speak of the Paradoxes of the Passion is to disclose the very center of that which is the object of our faith. Paradoxes of the Passion call us to look past the shallowness of man & see the Crucifixion of Christ from God's perspective. For the death
Series: Easter
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Mark 15:21-15:32
Shared: 4/26/2011
This sermon looks at the different attitudes of those around the cross of Jesus and how those same attitudes can be found today.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Mark 15:21-15:47
Shared: 7/6/2001
THe Title belongs to Tony Campolo. It was Friday and they crucified the LORD, but little did they know, Sunday was coming
Shared: 9/13/2003
Life seems unfair to the disappointed, the cheated, the cynical. It was unfair to compel Simon to carry the cross -- injustice piled on. But God uses injustice to stir His people to action, to help us get beyond mere survival, to give us to one another.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Mark 15:21-15:24
Shared: 5/29/2003
The cross is about a holy God, a sinful people, and the God-man Savior, Jesus Christ, providing reconciliation between God and man by providing the ultimate sacrifice for sin. In order to better understand the events of Calvary, we can look at some of the
Denomination: Independent/Bible
Shared: 3/7/2003
The insults, tauntings and cruelty the soldiers inflicted on Jesus makes many angry. It also hurts us when people in our own day attack Jesus. How should we respond to those who insult and mistreat our Jesus?
Scripture: Mark 15:15-15:21
Shared: 4/6/2003
Jesus acts on the cross are examined. He did for us what we couldn’t do for ourselves.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Mark 15:21-15:39
Shared: 4/6/2009
This is the 3rd sermon in the Easter Series "The Three Crosses".
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Mark 15:21-15:47
Shared: 3/31/2003
Part 3 of 4 in the series "Why Did My Savior Come to Earth?" Shows the inevitable result of Jesus’ Birth.
Scripture: Mark 15:21-15:39
Tags: Christmas
Shared: 12/16/2003