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Contributed on Nov 14, 2018
Having been betrayed, arrested, and taken to the home of the high priest, Jesus then faced preposterous allegations. Finally admitting that He was the Son of God, the council voted to codemn Jesus for blasphemy.
Accused before the Council Mark 14: 53-65 Jesus has now been betrayed by Judas in the Garden of Gethsemane and is led away to stand trial before the Sanhedrin. Our text deals with the mock trial, standing before the council of the Pharisees. John’s gospel records that Jesus stood before Annas, ...read more
Contributed on Nov 7, 2018
Following the agony Jesus endured in Gethsemane, Judas led the multitude there to arrest Him. Having all power, Jesus could have resisted, and yet He submitted to the Father's will. He endured Calvary for you and me!
Betrayal in Gethsemane Mark 14: 43-52 The events of this faithful night are rapidly unfolding. Having departed the Upper Room with the eleven, Jesus had made His way to the Garden of Gethsemane. Knowing what was soon to come, Jesus spent some intimate time in prayer with the Father. We cannot ...read more
Contributed on Nov 4, 2018
Closing this amazing chapter, Peter emphasized the importance and great significance of the Gospel. Not only does faith in the Gospel lead unto salvation, but the Gospel should continue to shape and guide our lives.
The Gospel of the Saints 2 Peter 1: 16-21 Having spent several weeks in this opening chapter of Peter’s second epistle, we have discovered his love and devotion for the church. He sought to strengthen their faith, encourage their spiritual maturity, provide guidance for their daily lives, and ...read more
Contributed on Oct 31, 2018
It is hard for us to comprehend the dual nature of Christ - being fully God and fully man. As He endured the agonies of Gethsemane, His humanity cried out regarding the physical suffering, while His deity cried out regarding the sin and separation.
Agony in Gethsemane Mark 14: 32-42 As we continue to follow Jesus on this faithful night, His impending betrayal and crucifixion are drawing closer with each passing moment. Supper had ended, and along with the eleven, Jesus made His way from Jerusalem toward the Garden of Gethsemane. As they ...read more
Contributed on Oct 28, 2018
The success of a pastor cannot be fully measured until after his departure. If he has equipped the church to continue in his absence, then his ministry will have been successful.
The Gratitude for the Saints 2 Peter 1: 12-15 As we continue to examine this first chapter of Peter’s second epistle, I am convicted and encouraged by the heart of this man of God. His love and concern for the church cannot be missed or overlooked. He is now a seasoned apostle and his focus is ...read more