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  • The Coats That Changed His Course

    Contributed by Esther Collins on Oct 9, 2020
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     | 661 views

    This sermon is based on the life of Joseph, and on the coats that he wore. It also has a comparison with Jesus. It talks about the righteousness that God offers us through Jesus Christ.

  • The King Forsaken

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Sep 14, 2020
    based on 3 ratings
     | 380 views

    Jesus is the King of the Jews; Christ the King of Israel. The Beloved Son is forsaken, but only to provide us with THE way of escape.

    THE KING FORSAKEN. Mark 15:1-39. After the Sanhedrin had delivered Jesus to Pilate, the first thing that Pilate asked Jesus was, “Are you the KING OF THE JEWS?” Jesus answered, “Thou sayest” (Mark 15:2). Beyond that, Jesus refused to answer any of the accusations brought against Him by His ...read more

  • The Via Dolorosa – The Universality Of Suffering (5/12) Series

    Contributed by Eduardo (Eddie) Fernandes on Jun 17, 2020
     | 244 views

    Suffering is universal. Everyone experiences it. None escape it. It is part and parcel of the human condition. Many Evangelicals love to focus on “health/wealth/blessings” forgetting to teach the other “side of the coin”. As such people are ill-equipped to deal with life’s many harsh blows.

    Message by Pr. Eddie Fernandes Introduction Hold On Video (lights off…video begins…video ends…lights on…Eddie & Marta on stage) Hold on! How many of you need to take hold of God’s hand this morning because you are struggling? Life hasn’t been easy. Perhaps you’ve lost your job. Maybe the ...read more

  • Mockery Of Roman Soldiers Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Mar 13, 2020
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    Following Pilates sentencing Jesus to a horrible death by crucifixion the soldiers could do anything they wanted to do to our Lord; they mocked Him and beat Him mercilessly. Remember, before this He was scourged (whipped).

    HARMONY OF THE GOSPELS (34) Mockery of Roman Soldiers Scripture: Matthew 27:27-30 (focal passage); Mark 15:16-19 Tom Lowe 3/18/2008 Following Pilates sentencing Jesus to a horrible death by crucifixion the soldiers could do anything they wanted to do to our Lord; they mocked Him and beat ...read more

  • The Chronology Of The Cross

    Contributed by Kevin L. Jones on Sep 15, 2019
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     | 3,126 views

    A sermon examining the events leading to and at Calvary.

  • Travesty To Majesty Part Four - Early Morning: Mockery-Misery-Memory Series

    Contributed by Charles Cunningham on Aug 21, 2019
     | 445 views

    And so it gets nasty . . . Jesus, humble servant enroute to the Cross, suffering the agony of mockery and misery, impacts the life of a young man whose memory of that life-changing encounter would live on.

    MARK SERMON XII – TRAVESTY TO MAJESTY – MARK 14:53---16:8 Series Within A Series ...read more

  • The Abuse And Mockery Of Christ

    Contributed by David Mende on Apr 16, 2019
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     | 1,701 views

    Though Jesus was mocked for claiming to be the King of the Jews, he is truly the King of kings and the Lord of lords and he is worthy to be worshipped as such. I would be delighted if you could rate this sermon and give brief feedback.

    Introduction The term ‘war crimes’ refer to the crimes that violate the laws of war. Examples of war crimes include the willful killing of civilians or prisoners, torture, taking hostages, rape, sexual slavery, using child soldiers, etc. In 1474, the Roman Empire held the first international war ...read more

  • Sermon 3: Jesus’ Trial And Torture Series

    Contributed by Chuck Sligh on Apr 9, 2019
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     | 2,751 views

    The trial & torture of Jesus reveal the extent to which Jesus was willing to go to carry out the plan of redemption, and teach rich doctrinal truths about the substitutionary sacrifice of Jesus for our sins. This sermon explores those truths, and imagines a retrial of Jesus today.

    Sermon 3: Jesus’ Trial and Torture 82 Hours: Countdown to the Resurrection Chuck Sligh Preaching April 7, 2019 NOTE: A PowerPoint presentation is available for this sermon by request at chucksligh@hotmail.com. Skeleton outline, the idea of a retrial for Jesus, and some other elements are borrowed ...read more

  • Crucifixion And Burial: The King Is Dead Series

    Contributed by Russ Barksdale on Apr 2, 2019
     | 3,129 views

    Jesus hung on the cross BECAUSE of you, and He hung on the cross FOR you. Notice what Jesus endured for you and me: Multiple Trials, Multiple Mockeries, Multiple Tortures, A Singular Act, A Single Offer

  • The Crown Of Suffering Series

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Dec 19, 2018
     | 1,707 views

    The scourging Jesus endured would have been unimaginably horrific, but His suffering was from over. Following the merciless beating, Jesus was then subjected to ridicule and mockery. All of this was done for you and me!

    The Crown of Suffering Mark 15: 16-21 Our last study ended with a gripping statement: And so Pilate, willing to content the people, released Barabbas unto them, and delivered Jesus, when he had scourged him, to be crucified. It doesn’t reveal much detail. We are merely told that Jesus was ...read more

  • Last Hours Of Jesus' Life - Free From Passivity

    Contributed by Joanne Chan on May 18, 2018
     | 2,793 views

    In this sermon, we look at how the people mocked Jesus as he walked toward the hill of Golgotha, and contrast that with his encounter with Simon from Cyrene to see what it really means to carry the cross for Jesus.

    Central theme: Jesus denied himself and took the punishment for us with total dedication. We should take up the cross and follow Jesus, which means denying our old self (our comfort, your desires) and live for God because God is leading us to an even better place. Opening: Think of a ...read more

  • The Stations Of The Cross

    Contributed by Howard Gunter on Mar 25, 2018
    based on 2 ratings
     | 6,193 views

    The final hours of Jesus

    Weekend Message/Devotion March 25, 2018 Reading: Mark 14:1-15:47 The Stations of the Cross For years, I have preached the “Stations of the Cross” every Palm Sunday. Why? That is an excellent question. The answer is simple: The stations represent the final steps of our Savior in His ...read more

  • Tortured Christ

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Mar 22, 2018
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,933 views

    The account of Jesus' suffering and death on our behalf has become so familiar that if we are not careful we can skim right through it when reading the Bible and never give it a second thought. Let's look at it again to day with fresh eyes of wonder.

    Let's stand and read together our memory Scripture for this first quarter of 2018. 2 Timothy 2:11-13 “Here is a trustworthy saying: If we died with Him, we will also live with Him; if we endure, we will also reign with Him. If we disown Him, He will also disown us; if we are faithless, He ...read more

  • Jesus On Trial

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Mar 3, 2018
     | 5,310 views

    We'll be diving into Mark 15:1-20 as we put ourselves in Pilate’s sandals in order to feel his dilemma, wrestle with his deliberations, and learn from his decision.

    Have you ever thought about the power of one person? A dry goods salesman shared the gospel with a shoe salesman named Edward Kimball, who was then converted. Kimball went on to teach Sunday School and developed an intentional plan to share the gospel with every boy in his class. He was ...read more

  • Life's Most Important Question Series

    Contributed by David Dykes on Jan 29, 2018
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     | 12,470 views

    The most important question you'll ever answer in your life is this: What will I do with Jesus?

    INTRODUCTION There are three terminal punctuation marks. A period marks the end of a stated declarative statement. An exclamation point marks the end of a statement of strong emotion. A question mark is used at the end of an interrogative statement. In written Spanish, they place the inverted ...read more