Sermon Series
  • 1. Agony Is Not Defeat

    Contributed on Sep 16, 2008
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    For three years Jesus had taught, for three years he had healed and performed miracles and for three years he tried to make a difference in his world and to point people to his Father. And now it had come down to this. Jesus and the disciples had arrived

    Agony is Not Defeat Mark 14:27-42 Anticipation can be the worst part of any experience. Anticipation is often the most painful of experiences. Throughout the week as Friday loomed nearer and nearer, Jesus’ sense of anticipation must have grown exponentially. You’ve been there. You know how you ...read more

  • 2. Jesus, Barnabas And Pontius Pilate

    Contributed on Sep 16, 2008
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    In our Scripture today, we have Jesus bound by the Sanhedrin, convicted of blasphemy and sentenced to death but there’s one problem: only Rome can put someone to death. So after receiving 40 lashes, Jesus is taken before the Roman governor Pontius Pilate

    Jesus, Barnabas and Pontius Pilate Mark 15:1-15 Map of Jerusalem. In our Scripture today, we have Jesus bound by the Sanhedrin, convicted of blasphemy and sentenced to death but there’s one problem: only Rome can put someone to death. So after receiving 40 lashes, Jesus is taken before the ...read more

  • 3. Condemned By The Righteous

    Contributed on Sep 16, 2008
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    Jesus Trial before the Sanhedrin

    Condemned by the Righteous Mark 14: 53-72 This is a map of the city of Jerusalem. You’ll notice the Garden of Gethsemane. It’s at the base of the Mount of Olives. From there, while Jesus was praying, he could see the temple across the Kidron Valley. When Jesus is arrested in the Garden, he ...read more

  • 4. The Crucifixion

    Contributed on Sep 16, 2008
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    A sermon on the crucifixion of Jesus

    The Crucifixion Mark 15:25-39 Picture of Jesus being crucified. The Romans practiced crucifixion as a means of putting fear in the populace. If one saw a crucifixion, you would want to be sure that you never do what it takes to end up on a cross. It was a frightening, terrible and ...read more

  • 5. Last Supper

    Contributed on Sep 16, 2008
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    a sermon on the Last Supper

    Last Supper Mark 14:12-25 No one has had a greater impact on history or on human kind than the person of Jesus. He healed the sick, caused the lame to walk and the blind to see. He taught the people great truths which have stood the test of the ages. With 12 men, he launched a movement which ...read more

  • 6. Torture And Humiliation

    Contributed on Sep 16, 2008
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    When we think of the flogging of Jesus, it is hard for us to understand what really happened. The Gospels only give one line to it. So what really happened when one was flogged?

    The Torture and Humiliation of the King Mark 15:15b-23 Video from The Passion of the Christ” Chapter 16 0:00-1:30 Scripture reading When we think of the flogging of Jesus, it is hard for us to understand what really happened. The Gospels only give one line to it. So what really happened when ...read more

  • 7. V Is For Victory

    Contributed on Sep 16, 2008
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    You cannot fully understand Jesus and Easter until first you have been to the cross. You cannot understand this day until you have been in a dark place, experienced tragedy or seen the supposed triumph of evil and sin and even the triumph of death. Once y

    V is for Victory Mark 15:1-8 You cannot fully understand Jesus and Easter until first you have been to the cross. You cannot understand this day until you have been in a dark place, experienced tragedy or seen the supposed triumph of evil and sin and even the triumph of death. Once you fully ...read more