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  • "father Into Thy Hands" Series

    Contributed by Claude Alexander on Apr 13, 2021
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    The cross was perpetually present to the mind of Christ. He was always moving toward that cross as a Victor, not a victim. He was always moving toward the ultimate final victory over sin and death

    "Father into Thy Hands" Luke 23:46 The cross of Jesus Christ is the center of everything. Early in the Gospels we hear Christ declaring that He set His face steadfastly toward Jerusalem and the cross. His entire life was spent in the shadow of the cross. Isaiah 50:4–11 speaks of the ...read more

  • It Is Finished Series

    Contributed by Claude Alexander on Apr 10, 2021
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    What was finished? What was this mission that was now finished? Why did Jesus come? Let's look at how Jesus defined his mission -- and later, how his apostles understood it.

    It is Finished! John 19:30 John 19:28-30 reads, "After this, Jesus, knowing that all things had already been accomplished, to fulfill the Scripture, said, 'I am thirsty.' A jar full of sour wine was standing there; so they put a sponge full of the sour wine upon a branch of hyssop, ...read more

  • I Thirst Series

    Contributed by Claude Alexander on Apr 6, 2021
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    Jesus said, “I thirst,” from the cross because He wanted His lips and throat moistened to utter one final victorious shout before He died. The death of Jesus Christ finished His work of redemption, atonement, and reconciliation.

    I Thirst John 19:28-29 During the approximately six hours Jesus Christ hung on the cross, our Lord spoke seven final statements. One of those statements is recorded in John 19:28: “Later, knowing that everything had now been finished, and so that Scripture would be fulfilled, Jesus said, ‘I ...read more

  • My God, My God ,why Have You Forsaken Me." Series

    Contributed by Claude Alexander on Apr 3, 2021
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    Both Matthew 27:45 and Mark 15:33 tells us that as Jesus was hanging on the cross darkness covered the land. Then Matthew 27:46 and Mark 15:34 quote Jesus as asking, “My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?”

    "My God, My God ,why have you forsaken me." Matt. 27:46; Mark 15:34 The fourth word of Jesus from the cross discloses a sense of hope when we remember the whole psalm from which it comes. Psalm 22 does indeed begin with desperation: “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me? Why are you ...read more

  • ‘woman, Behold Your Son. Series

    Contributed by Claude Alexander on Apr 1, 2021
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     | 673 views

    Of the four gospel writers, John is the only one who records Mary's presence at the cross. It would be expected that Jesus' mother be in Jerusalem at Passover .

    ‘Woman, behold your son. John 19: 26-27 " Near the cross of Jesus stood his mother, his mother's sister, Mary the wife of Clopas, and Mary Magdalene. When Jesus saw his mother there, and the disciple whom he loved standing nearby, he said to his mother, 'Dear woman, here is your ...read more

  • This Day You Will Be With Me In Paradise Series

    Contributed by Claude Alexander on Mar 29, 2021
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     | 1,722 views

    It was a terrible thing to be crucified. It also added insult to injury to be crucified between two obvious criminals. But there's a story here and a lesson. This brief passage relates one of the most amazing prayers and promises in the entire Bible

    This Day You Will Be with Me in Paradise Luke 23:43 One of the criminals who hung there hurled insults at him: 'Aren't you the Christ? Save yourself and us!' But the other criminal rebuked him. 'Don't you fear God,' he said, 'since you are under the same sentence? We ...read more

  • Father Forgive Them For They Do Not Know What They Are Doing.” Series

    Contributed by Claude Alexander on Mar 25, 2021
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     | 1,039 views

    The last words that a man or woman pronounces before dying come directly from the heart. Jesus also, during the last six hours of his life, hanging between heaven and earth, enduring great suffering, pronounced seven statements revealing the richness of his inner being

    Father forgive them for they do not know what they are doing.” Luke 23:34 The last words that a man or woman pronounces before dying come directly from the heart. Jesus also, during the last six hours of his life, hanging between heaven and earth, enduring great suffering, pronounced seven ...read more

  • A Fresh Look At The Cross

    Contributed by Claude Alexander on Mar 22, 2021
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     | 465 views

    In the ancient world, the cross was a depraved and distasteful affair. Romans used it, but the sparse reference to it in their literature shows their aversion to it. They considered it a barbarian form of punishment Similarly, the Jews detested it.

    A fresh look at the Cross. John 12:27 Every religion and every ideology has its own symbol for its identification. . For the Buddhist it is the Lotus Flower. Judaism has the Star of David and Islam the Crescent. In this century the Communists were known for the hammer and the sickle and the Nazis ...read more

  • Mary The Mother Of James And Joses. Series

    Contributed by Claude Alexander on Mar 10, 2021
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    Luke 8:1-3 names some of the women who are recorded in the resurrection account. Without the resurrection Jesus can be viewed as just another good man who died for His cause - or a Roman crucifixion of a false messiah.

    Mary the mother of James and Joses. Mark 15:40–41, Luke 8:1-3 Many of us are aware of the Resurrection of Jesus , but we don’t always realise how we got the record of this event: and it is this: the first witnesses of the resurrection were women. Now with our 21st century ears when we hear ...read more

  • Salome Mother Of James And John. Series

    Contributed by Claude Alexander on Feb 17, 2021
     | 667 views

    Solome is remembered as the mother who just didn’t get the concept of the kingdom right and was overly ambitious for her children

    Salome mother of James and John. Matt. 20:2-21, Mark 15:40-41 There are two women named Salome in the New Testament, but only one is mentioned by that name. One Salome was righteous; we read of the other Salome in Mark 6 - the daughter of Herodias who danced at Herod's party. was ...read more

  • Joanna: Wife Of Cuza Series

    Contributed by Claude Alexander on Feb 8, 2021
     | 478 views

    The teaching of Jesus for today is a radical call to live and think and feel in a way that is counter-cultural; i.e., that radically contradicts the prevailing culture within which we live.

    Joanna: wife of Cuza Luke 8:1-3. The teaching of Jesus for today is a radical call to live and think and feel in a way that is counter-cultural; i.e., that radically contradicts the prevailing culture within which we live. The lives we are to live are, however, a continuation of the spirit of ...read more

  • Mary Magdalene Series

    Contributed by Claude Alexander on Jan 25, 2021
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     | 1,330 views

    Women as well as men were credible witnesses to the gospel and were commissioned to preach it to all with whom they came into contact.

    Women who followed Jesus Mary Magdalene. The Roman occupation of Israel (63 BCE.) was part of a long line of invasions beginning with the Babylonians (539 BC), then the Persians and the Greeks and later on others. The Jewish identity rested on stories of the Patriarchs--Abraham, Isaac and ...read more

  • Jacob Comes To Joseph Series

    Contributed by Claude Alexander on Dec 4, 2020
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    But what ,” said one of the brothers as they were returning home from Egypt , “but what are we going to tell our father?

    Jacob comes to Joseph Genesis chapters 46 and 47 The end of chapter 45 gives to us this amazing picture of the brothers heading back to their father in Canaan with the carts and the clothes and the provisions and the donkeys that Joseph gave them and the prospect of having to announce to ...read more

  • Joseph Reveals Himself Series

    Contributed by Claude Alexander on Nov 2, 2020
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    It is at this point that chapter 45 begins. It continues from chapter 44 where Judah tries to reason out with this Egyptian official and offers himself as a substitute for Benjamin in whose sack was Joseph’s silver cup.

    Joseph reveals himself Gen. 45: 1-45 It is at this point that chapter 45 begins. It continues from chapter 44 where Judah tries to reason out with this Egyptian official and offers himself as a substitute for Benjamin in whose sack was Joseph’s silver cup. Judah and his brothers anxiously ...read more

  • Dorthan Revisited Series

    Contributed by Claude Alexander on Oct 28, 2020
     | 524 views

    Why did Joseph have to take about a year or so to reveal his identity to his brothers ? I believe it was because there was no evidence of genuine repentance until the events of chapter 44.

    Dorthan revisited Genesis 44: 1-34 Why did Joseph have to take about a year or so to reveal his identity to his brothers ? I believe it was because there was no evidence of genuine repentance until the events of chapter 44. While Joseph’s brothers had come to the point of recognizing the hand ...read more