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  • Uncommon Passion, Uncommon Agony

    Contributed by Ritchie Ables on Mar 3, 2001
    based on 114 ratings

    An honest attempt to understand the uncommon agony of Calvary’s cruel cross.

    UNCOMMON PASSION, UNCOMMON AGONY by Pastor Ritchie L. Ables Philippians 3:10 That I may know him, and the power of his resurrection, and the FELLOWSHIP OF HIS SUFFERINGS, being made conformable unto his death; When Paul uttered these words to the Philippian church, I have to wonder - did he more

  • The Agony Of Gethsemane Series

    Contributed by Brad Beaman on Sep 14, 2023

    Gethsemane is a beautiful garden of olive trees. This beautiful garden of olive trees called Gethsemane means oil press. It's the location of where Jesus was in such agony it was, “crushing the life out of him.”

    At the age of 27 George Whitefield had already preached to enormous crowds in America, England, Scotland and Wales. He didn’t preach in established churches because his message on the “new birth” was considered too radical. He preached in fields to crowds that would gather, and he led thousands to more

  • Calvary Series

    Contributed by Frank Edwards on Jan 25, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    Acronym C_A_L_V_A_R_Y

    Text - LUKE 23:33 - - "And when they were come to the place which is cajled Calvary, there they c r u c i f i e d H i m . . . ." Subject: C A L V A R Y No other word in our language is packed with mor^e/meani ng and is filled with more passion than the word, Calvary. No other physical landmark and more

  • Agony In The Garden Series

    Contributed by Tim Huie on May 5, 2009
    based on 7 ratings

    As Jesus looked toward the cross, He agonized over what was to happen. What made His look at the cross with such fear and dread?

    The Glory of the Cross Series Agony in the Garden Luke 22:39-44 1. Illus. of dads ring • Dad gave it to me after his stroke, when he realized his days were numbered. • His father gave it to him when he went to military. • Not very valuable... but I wouldn’t sell it for a million more

  • Agony In Gethsemane Series

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Oct 30, 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 more

  • Agony Or Ecstasy

    Contributed by Marie Tombow on Feb 1, 2009

    Look at the physical position of the three crosses and the men on them; our physical position in reference to Christ has nothing to do with the spiritual position.

    LUKE 23:32-43 PURPOSE: To show that our physical position in reference to Christ has nothing to do with the spiritual position. INTRO: Look at the physical position of the three crosses and the men on them I. AGONY - v.39 A. Hurling insults at Christ “Aren’t You the Christ? “Save Yourself …. more

  • The Battle In Gethsemane

    Contributed by David Mende on Apr 14, 2019
    based on 1 rating

    We must be eternally grateful to Christ because he submitted to the Father’s will in Gethsemane so that we can be saved. I would be delighted if you could rate this sermon and give brief feedback.

    Introduction: Can you imagine the most painful situation that you faced in your life? We all experience agony and pain in our lives. People who lived during the Bible times also faced painful situations. Imagine the pain that Abraham went through as he prepared to offer his son, Isaac as a more

  • It Is Finished

    Contributed by Eloy Gonzalez on Apr 17, 2003
    based on 150 ratings

    Good Friday Meditation: Christ cried out, "It is finished," from the Cross. Our Lord shouldered the burden of sin and ’dealt with it.’ Jesus finished the work of redeemption and, as a result, we are assured of the Father’s forgiveness.

    “It is finished!” Was Jesus just relieved that the agony was over? Was He simply saying that, after enduring so much pain and torment – that it was finally over – that the suffering had ended. After all, Jesus must’ve been glad that now, death would bring peace and rest. After all, when a person more

  • From The Cross

    Contributed by Ralph Andrus on Apr 7, 2007

    - EXCRUCIATE: to cause great agony, torment - Latin : ex : out of, from cruciate: cross "from the cross" -Following OT prophecy to it’s fulfillment in the NT

    Lk 23:55-24:8 1 Cor. 15:1-8, 12-22 Gen 1:3 - If the light is It is because God said ‘Let there be light.’ so sad soul, take comfort, nor forget That sunrise never failed us yet. - There is darkness before the sunrise - EXCRUCIATE: to cause great agony, torment - Latin : ex : out of, from more

  • Communion

    Contributed by Dr. Ronnie Grizzle on Jun 8, 2007
    based on 15 ratings

    Short message of what Communion should call to our minds.

    Communion Sunday Matt 26.20-30 Why do we observe Communion Sunday? To remember. To remind us of what Christ went through on the cross to forgive our sins. He did so willingly. READ—Isa 50.5-6; 52.14; Matt 26.67-68; 27.27-30; Isa 53.1-12. We need to remember the suffering of Jesus. We need more

  • The Final Hours Of The Lord Jesus -From Golgotha To The Grave (For Now) Series

    Contributed by Donald Whitchard on Jul 18, 2021

    The Lord Jesus is in His last moments of agony and pain, both physically and spiritually as He completes His mission of redemption for fallen humanity. It looked on the surface, however, like a victory for his enemies and the devil as He died and was placed in a borrowed tomb, or so it would seem.

    (Adapted from an outline by Mark A. Copeland) Following a night and morning of torture, ridicule, and mockery, Jesus was taken away to be crucified (Mark 14:53-15:25). For six long, horrendous, cruel hours He hung on the cross, and to add insult to injury, He heard the continuing mockery more

  • The Servant Suffers - He Is Forsaken Series

    Contributed by Buffy Cook on Jan 17, 2015

    Sixth in a 12 part series examining THE most important week in all of history: The Passion Week, when Jesus fulfilled Mark 10:45. The Servant Arrives: He Is Forsaken. Our Lord's agony - the context, severity, source, purpose & our response to His agony.

    The Passion Week of Christ: A Study from the Book of Mark Week 6: The Servant Suffers - He Is Forsaken Mark 14:32-42 I. Introduction A. We're continuing in our Passion Week series. We last found Jesus and His disciples in the Upper Room partaking of an Unforgettable Passover meal during more

  • The Joy Of The Cross

    Contributed by Carl Allen on Mar 2, 2008
    based on 21 ratings

    The shame of the cross is frequently forgotten by modern-day Christians. Crucifixion was the ultimate in insult and public contempt for a criminal. It is impossible for us even to begin to understand the horror of the cross to the sinless soul of the i

    The Joy of the Cross Hebrews 12:2 Intro We have heard many sermons on the sufferings of Christ on the cross. Words do not have the capacity to communicate the suffering Christ experienced as he died for our sins. The loneliness of the cross was terrible. Jesus was forsaken by his friends. In more

  • The Cross And Christ’s Submission To Suffering

    Contributed by David Scudder on Jan 17, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    Why did Jesus have to suffer? Or we could broaden out the question and ask: why does suffering exist at all?

    Purpose: To highlight the centrality of Christ’s suffering in human history. Aim: I want the listener to fervently worship Christ because of His willingness to suffer. INTRODUCTION: In our text we see Jesus leading His disciples away from the crowds to a place called Gethsemane which literally more

  • Jesus Prays On The Mount Of Olives Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Mar 17, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    Jesus' praying on the Mount of Olives in Luke 22:39-46 shows us several aspects of Jesus' prayer life.

    Scripture Jesus’ last night on earth was spent eating a meal with his twelve apostles. He earnestly desired to eat this meal with them, because he knew that he was about to suffer and die the next day (Luke 22:15). However, the Last Supper was very disappointing to Jesus. Instead of a more