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  • Betrayal Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Jul 30, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,390 views

    Many times when we look at the portion of Mark 14 involving the arrest and trial of Jesus we focus on Judas - the betrayer. But Mark shows us that many more than Judas betrayed Jesus that night, and it shows us how short we fall and how great our Savior r

    Beginning in Mark 14:43 we shift from Jesus being the source of the action to Him being acted upon by others. He becomes very passive except at a few key moments, on His way to the cross. In a way, what we see in this portion of Mark 14 is the failure of mankind. In several key ways, man abandons ...read more

  • Arrested Series

    Contributed by Tim White on May 11, 2014
     | 2,198 views

    The enemies of the cross at Jesus' arrest show us strong lessons about the Kingdom of Christ.

    When we hear the word, “arrested”, we think of criminals. Criminals are an unusual sort, as far as I can tell. I hear tell of a set of criminal brothers who did all sorts of crime. As a matter of fact, if a crime occurred in this small community, one, if not both, of these boys had ...read more

  • The Arrest, Trial And Death Of Jesus, Part 2 Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Oct 14, 2014
     | 2,397 views

    The bible only records Pilate's actions as, “He had Jesus flogged …” Today, Christians need to stop playing games with the love Jesus has for us. We need to be reminded that we deserve what He took, and because of that He is Lord!

    The Arrest, Trial and Death of Jesus, Part 2 Mark 14:66 – Mark 15:20 - Jesus is demonstrated in this book as a “servant” -- Today we continue the final week of Jesus’ life and ministry - On Wednesday night we saw several things take shape in this story: - ...read more

  • The Arrest Of Jesus Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Oct 6, 2016
     | 2,470 views

    Jesus has completely surrendered Himself to these guards; He signifies that He is their substitute. We must take a moment to grasp this: He places Himself in front of them (and us) to protect them from the danger.

  • “simultaneous Interrogations” Series

    Contributed by Ron Tuit on Jun 21, 2016
     | 2,658 views

    Jesus and Peter are being questioned simultaneously after Jesus' Arrest and Peter's triple denial is recorded by John's eyewitness account.

    “Simultaneous Interrogations” John 18:12-27 We closed our last study with John 18:12: “Then the detachment of troops and the captain and the officers of the Jews arrested Jesus and bound Him.” (There really was no need to bind Jesus; He had given no resistance but here ...read more

  • The Arrest Of Jesus Series

    Contributed by Hugh W. Davidson on Apr 15, 2009
    based on 2 ratings
     | 6,001 views

    Jesus was in complete and absolute control of the situation. He wasn’t the helpless victim of a cruel and unjust system and His life wasn’t snatched from Him either but He surrendered Himself to sinful hands.

    The arrest of Jesus John 18:11-27 Job 5:7 says, "People are born for trouble as predictably as sparks fly upward from a fire." Troubles are part of life. And there’s no end to the troubles you will probably face. Let me give you some examples. A fierce gust ...read more

  • Shall I Not Drink The Cup The Father Has Given Me?

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Sep 26, 2013
    based on 2 ratings
     | 7,050 views

    Jesus faced his cup of suffering willingly. God had a plan and Jesus, as difficult as it was, was willing to carry it out. Jesus needed to teach this lesson to Peter and it's a good lesson for us as well. Are we willing to 'drink our cup'?

    “SHALL I NOT DRINK THE CUP THE FATHER HAS GIVEN ME?” John 18:1-14 1) Agony in the garden (vs. 1). John’s gospel doesn’t mention anything about the events that took place in the Garden of Gethsemane before Judas showed up. It’s important to look at what Jesus dealt ...read more

  • He Could Have Called 72,000 Angels Series

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Apr 14, 2014
     | 4,211 views

    A sermon on the arrest of Jesus Christ (Seed thoughts from a Christology class; Outline from James E. Smith's book, The Longest Night in the Bible; So What? from Alan Carr at: http://www.sermonnotebook.org/new%20testament/John%2018_1-14.htm)

  • The Hour Of Darkness Series

    Contributed by Joel Pankow on Mar 14, 2006
    based on 25 ratings
     | 4,881 views

    This sermon examines how and why God allowed an hour of darkness in Jesus’ arrest at Gethsemane.

    March 12, 2006 Luke 22:47-54 While he was still speaking a crowd came up, and the man who was called Judas, one of the Twelve, was leading them. He approached Jesus to kiss him, but Jesus asked him, “Judas, are you betraying the Son of Man with a kiss?” When Jesus’ followers saw what was ...read more

  • “jesus Prays To His Father” Series

    Contributed by Ron Tuit on May 24, 2016
     | 2,731 views

    Hours from Jesus' arrest and crucifixion, Jesus prays to His Father in regard to their eternal mutual glory.

    “Jesus Prays to His Father” John 17:1-5 John 17 reveals the prayer of Jesus immediately before His arrest and crucifixion for those who would believe. It is often known as the High Priestly prayer of Jesus since He intercedes for Himself, His Disciples and for all those who would ...read more

  • Putting Away Our Sword Series

    Contributed by Brad Bailey on Dec 1, 2011
    based on 3 ratings
     | 4,240 views

    Even during Jesus' arrest, when God looked completely helpless, He was still in complete control.

  • We Need Jesus!

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Nov 29, 2013
    based on 1 rating
     | 4,422 views

    We need Jesus Christ! 1. No one knows like Jesus knows (vs. 1-4). 2. No one can do what Jesus can do (vs. 4-6). 3. No one cares like Jesus cares (vs. 7-11).

    We Need Jesus! John 18:1-11 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - March 27, 2013 *Have you ever seen a brand-new baby walk out of the hospital by itself? Of course not, and you never will. Every baby needs the help, care and protection of its family. And even if you were the ...read more

  • Handling Difficult Situations God's Way

    Contributed by Derek Geldart on Apr 23, 2018
    based on 3 ratings
     | 1,839 views

    We all have the freedom to choose how we handle difficult situations in life. The best way to handle problems in life is not to seek the council of the world but instead be like Jesus during His arrest ... seek and obey God's will.

    Handling Bad Situations God’s Way Matthew 26:46-56 Online Sermon: http://www.mckeesfamily.com/?page_id=3567 Living in a fallen world means going through hardships in life is unavoidable. Who has not had an unexpected expense occur so large that they thought this might be the one ...read more

  • The Arrest, Trial And Death Of Jesus, Part 1 Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Oct 9, 2014
     | 2,755 views

    The story of Jesus' arrest, trial, and death and is one that ALL Christians should know because it is what Jesus has done for them, and through this knowledge we can willingly and proudly tell others about our Lord's mercy, grace, and love for all.

  • A King-Sized Comforter

    Contributed by Kerry Haynes on May 21, 2017
    based on 2 ratings
     | 3,059 views

    Moments before Jesus' arrest, the Lord took time to explain to his disciples the coming Holy Spirit. For those followers of Jesus and for us, the Holy Spirit reminds us that God is for us, God is with us, and God is in us.