Sermon Series
  • 1. The First Truths Of The Last Supper

    Contributed on Oct 9, 2014
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    It's called the Last Supper, but that’s not really true. Jesus looked forward to a time in the future when He would be alive, and He would celebrate a feast in the Kingdom of God. This will be a future time of reunion, refreshment, and rejoicing.

    INTRODUCTION Easter is five weeks from today. Over the next few weeks, we’re going to walk with Jesus through 94 hours of events that changed the course of our world. The 94-hour period started when Jesus sat down with His disciples to eat the Passover Meal. It ended on Easter Sunday ...read more

  • 2. The Crushing Of Gethsemane

    Contributed on Oct 9, 2014
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    I’ve never had major surgery, but I’ve been told many times by patients that the worst part of major surgery was waiting for it. It’s the dread that is often worse than the experience itself. Just imagine the dread Jesus experienced that night.

    INTRODUCTION Easter is four weeks away. During this time, I’m tracing the last 94 hours before the disciples discovered the empty tomb. The countdown started with the Last Supper when Jesus gathered with His disciples for the Passover meal. After spending about four hours at this meal, ...read more

  • 3. The Trial And Torture Of The King

    Contributed on Oct 9, 2014
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    Before Jesus reached the cross, He faced unspeakable torture at the hands of the Roman soldiers. There are accounts of soldiers flogging prisoners to death. The point of flogging was to bring them close to death so the crucifixion time would be shortened.

    INTRODUCTION Easter is three weeks from today. We’re counting down the last 94 hours before the disciples discovered the empty tomb. I’m calling this “94 Hours that Changed the World.” We’ve already walked with Jesus from the last Supper to the Garden of Gethsemane ...read more

  • 4. Csi Golgotha: Who Killed Jesus?

    Contributed on Oct 9, 2014
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    Why would God send His Son to die for us? The answer is simple: LOVE. You’ve heard of a crime of passion. The cross was a place of passion. But it wasn’t our passion; it was the loving passion of God who loved us enough to send His Son to die for us.

    INTRODUCTION Easter is only two weeks away. Next Sunday, NY Times bestselling author, Joel Rosenberg, will be back with us. He’ll be speaking in the Sunday morning services and at 5:30 I’ll interview about his latest book and about events in the Middle East in light of Biblical ...read more

  • 5. Three Easter Questions You Must Answer

    Contributed on Oct 9, 2014
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    Mary Magdalene was one of the eyewitnesses of the resurrection. She was the last one at the cross and the first one at the tomb. She had to answer three Easter questions that day, and these are the same three questions that each of us must answer today.

    INTRODUCTION There’s something exciting about a countdown. As a boy growing up in LA, lower Alabama, I can remember my family crowded around a small black-and-white television set as the camera was focused on a launch pad in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The year was 1962 and Astronaut John ...read more