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Jesus shed His blood several times during the last 24 hours of His life. And there is a powerful story to be found in blood and water that came from Jesus’ side. Do you know what that story is? And do you know what it can mean to your life?
Scripture: John 19:31-19:37
Shared: 3/24/2013
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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
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Jesus was accused of many things: Breaking the Law of Moses, crimes, blasphemy. He was not guilty of any of them. They found no fault in Him. But Jesus was guilty of three things.
Denomination: United Methodist
Scripture: John 19:16-19:17
Shared: 2/16/2014
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Part 1 of the series, The Truth About Jesus Christ.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 4/18/2006
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This sermon is about the nature of the sufferings of Jesus Christ and it often reflects the sufferings we face in our own life.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: Isaiah 53:4-53:6
Shared: 6/22/2001
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Mary’s anointing the feet of Christ was a true act of worship that was sacrificial, selfless, and significant.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 12:1-12:12
Shared: 3/19/2006
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For Christians, the cross is not a symbol of pain and death, but of love and life.
Scripture: Luke 23:32-23:46
Shared: 9/6/2001
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Pilate did with Christ what millions do today: he was not against Him, but wanted to avoid the issue. When the pressure came, he had a choice. It is only under pressure that our true convictions surface.
Denomination: Independent/Bible
Shared: 2/17/2003
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What did Jesus see when he saw Peter betraying him? Failure or potential?
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: Luke 22:54-22:62
Shared: 7/13/2001
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The servant in Deuteronomy 15 accepted a special mark in order to belong to the master he loved. Is that true for us as well? How can we be marked for Jesus? And how does that mark change who we are as servants of the most high God?
Shared: 8/5/2012
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