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  • Brought Before Pilate Series

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Dec 5, 2018
     | 2,451 views

    As Jesus stood before Pilate and His accusers, they were astonished at His silence. The King of glory stood before them, and yet they failed to see Him. He was committed to the cross, to provide our redemption.

    Brought before Pilate Mark 15: 1-5 It had been a long, grueling night for Jesus, but the extreme difficulty was not over. He had been betrayed by Judas in the Garden of Gethsemane and arrested by the angry mob. From there He was led to stand before the high priest in a mock trial, filled with ...read more

  • I Am Barabbas

    Contributed by Dr. Jerry N. Watts on Jun 16, 2014
    based on 3 ratings
     | 6,095 views

    The story of Barabbas is the story of me (and you) and everyone who needs Jesus.

    I Am Barabbas Mark 15:1-15 • The decision had been made to have Jesus killed. The religious leaders have had enough, seen enough, and heard enough to know that Jesus had to die. The one problem that they faced and that was that they, as the religious leaders, didn’t have the authority ...read more

  • Surely

    Contributed by Frank Edwards on Jan 27, 2010
    based on 6 ratings
     | 8,912 views

    One man, and one man only is wholly competent to tell us the story of the death of Jesus. That man is this roman centurion. It was this centurion, who sent his band of men across the brook Kedron in the soft moonlight to arrest Jesus.

    Hark 15:39...And when the centurion who stood facing him,saw that he so cried out, and gave up the s p i r i t , he said surely t h i s m a n i s t h e S o n o f G o d . ; S U R E L Y One man, and one man only is w h o l l y competent to tell us the story of the death ofJesus. That ...read more

  • The Death Of Deliverance-1

    Contributed by Byron Sherman on Mar 29, 2010
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,741 views

    Part 1 of a 2-part sermon. Mark related/described the chain of events surrounding Jesus’ death. Certain events transpired in bringing about the death of our Deliverance. But when does Deliverance die? 5 assumptions ensuring the death of Deliverance.

    The DEATH of DELIVERANCE-I—Mark 15:1-47 Need: To grasp the significance of Jesus’ death on the cross & thus to wrest the Easter season from the confines of secular thinking. Mk. 9:30-32—“Then they departed from there & passed through Galilee, & He did not want anyone to know it. For He ...read more

  • The Death Of Deliverance-2

    Contributed by Byron Sherman on Mar 29, 2010
     | 1,328 views

    Part 2 of a 2-part sermon. Mark related/described the chain of events surrounding Jesus’ death. Certain events transpired in bringing about the death of our Deliverance. But when does Deliverance die? 5 assumptions ensuring the death of Deliverance.

    The DEATH of DELIVERANCE-II—Mark 15:1-47 Need: To grasp the significance of Jesus’ death on the cross & thus to wrest the Easter season from the confines of secular thinking. Mk. 9:30-32—“Then they departed from there & passed through Galilee, & He did not want anyone ...read more

  • Friday - Following Revolutionaries Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Mar 23, 2010
     | 3,154 views

    Two revolutionaries stand before the people--Jesus and Barabbas. Barabbas represents a revolution by violence and power, and Jesus a revolution of love. The crowd chooses Barabbas

    Mark 15:1-20 “Friday—Following Revolutionaries” INTRODUCTION As a student of history and of people, I have often wondered why some people are attracted to groups and activities that are abhorrent to others. For example, why did the people of Germany elect Adolf Hitler ...read more

  • Acquire An Insatiable Appetite

    Contributed by Gene Escoe on May 4, 2010
     | 2,058 views

    This sermon is designed to deal with those content to be mediocre Christians/Lukewarm.

    INTRODUCTION: Play the scene from “Facing the Giants” “nobody wants to say ‘We’re Number 6’”. Though we might not say it publicly, many people are more than happy being “Number 6”. Many people are happy living in mediocrity. The last two ...read more

  • You Can Call Me Barabbas

    Contributed by Shawn Rose on Mar 27, 2011
    based on 4 ratings
     | 7,368 views

    The story of Barabbas illustrates a profound truth about salvation - the substitution of Christ for each and every one of us.

    YOU CAN CALL ME BARABBAS Text: Mark 15:1 – 15 Most of you call me “Shawn”. Some of you call me “preacher” or “pastor.” A couple of you call me “Daddy.” But you can all call me “Barabbas.” In chapter 14 of Mark, we read ...read more

  • What Will I Do With The One They Call The King Of The Jews? Series

    Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Apr 8, 2011
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,246 views

    We are left asking ourselves this question, the resulting answer is?

    “What shall I do, then with the one you call the king of the Jews?” The words of Pilate that he asked the crowd, received a reply that declared Jesus sentence; He asked them, “What shall I do, then with the one you call the king of the Jews?” Those words of Pilate are words that we have all ...read more

  • Jesus On Trial: The Verdict Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Apr 2, 2015
    based on 1 rating
     | 4,754 views

    In this message in Mark 15:1-15 we examine the verdict reached in Jesus' civil trial by the Roman governor Pontius Pilate.

    Scripture Four years ago I began what I planned to be a seven-year series of messages. It is based on the book by James Montgomery Boice and Philip Graham Ryken that is titled, Jesus on Trial. My goal is to teach on seven important aspects of the trial of Jesus Christ: the diabolical conspiracy ...read more

  • The Servant Suffers - He Is Condemned Series

    Contributed by Buffy Cook on Jan 18, 2015
     | 4,443 views

    Eight 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 Suffers - He Is Condemned. Pilate's condemnation of Jesus stands as a stark warning to our country & churches.

    The Passion Week of Christ: A Study from the Book of Mark Week 8: The Servant Suffers - He Is Condemned Mark 15:1-20 I. Introduction A. A Southern Baptist pastor was walking down the street when he came upon a group of about 12 boys, all of them between 10 & 12 years of age. The ...read more

  • The Crimes Of The Cross

    Contributed by Rajendra Kadia on Mar 3, 2016
     | 2,906 views

    What are the crimes of the cross? Whose crimes were responsible for the crucifixion of Christ?

    THE CRIMES OF THE CROSS Introduction: The gruesome death on the cross was Roman punishment mitigated on the hardcore criminals, slaves, pirates and enemies of the state (anyone who waged a rebellion against the Roman empire). Slow and painful death and created a public display to warn ...read more

  • The Stations Of The Cross

    Contributed by Howard Gunter on Mar 25, 2018
    based on 3 ratings
     | 8,369 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

  • Passover Jesus To Pilate

    Contributed by Geoffrey Foot on Mar 24, 2018
     | 4,006 views

    How much do we really understand about the context behind the trial and death of Jesus. Why were the Jews so insistent that Jesus should be put to death and what's more by the hated Romans?

    Passover Jesus to Pilate It is the feast of the Passover in the city of Jerusalem around AD30. The city is full of pilgrims from all over the Mediterranean world to attend this great national festival when they celebrated their release from slavery in the land of Egypt. Now they were ...read more

  • Life's Most Important Question Series

    Contributed by David Dykes on Jan 29, 2018
    based on 1 rating
     | 17,541 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