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  • The Scene At The Cross Series

    Contributed by Tony Mccreery on Sep 8, 2007

    The 13th in a series going through all Christ endured leading up to the Cross. The series ends Easter Sunday with the Glorious Resurrection

    Last week we looked at the work of Christ by examining several I am statements of Christ. The truth is, Christ came to save the world, and He came that those who believe would have life more abundant. Today we look at the fourteenth thing they did to our Lord. They drove nails in His feet and more

  • The Rough Road

    Contributed by Tim Zingale on Mar 27, 2007
    based on 8 ratings

    A Good Friday Sermon

    Good Friday Psalm 22 "The Rough Road" 22:1 ¶ To the choirmaster: according to The Hind of the Dawn. A Psalm of David. My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me? Why art thou so far from helping me, from the words of my groaning? 2 O my God, I cry by day, but thou dost not answer; and by more

  • What The Cross Tells Us About God

    Contributed by Fred Sigle on Mar 12, 2007
    based on 14 ratings

    The cross of Jesus reveals two important truths about God: He hates sin but He loves sinners.

    WHAT THE CROSS TELL US ABOUT GOD A. “My God! My God! Why have you forsaken me?” Jesus cried while hanging on the CROSS. 1. As we discussed last Sunday, undoubtedly these words pierced the HEART of the Father. COMMENT: He knew He would hear them. He inspired David to write them in more

  • A Preview Of The Greatest Event In History Series

    Contributed by Terry Blankenship on Mar 5, 2008
    based on 5 ratings

    Psalm 22 is written to reveal the PROPHECY, AGONY and VICTORY of the cross. It is a great Psalm teaching us about the sovereignty of God in His provisions for man.

    Introduction – Trilogies have an interesting take on life. I remember when the Star Wars trilogy came out when I was a young adult. My sons really looked forward to the completion of the prequel trilogies when they hit the silver screen. We enjoyed all of the Back to Future, Batman, Lord of the more

  • The Psalm Of The Cross Series

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Jun 28, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    Here we see Jesus: 1. Wondering about injustice (1-3). 2. In a wondrous relationship with the Father (9-10). 3. Willing to suffer (4-8 & 11-18). 4. Winning the victory (19-22). 5. Worthy of our praise (23-26). 6. Ruling the world forever (27-31).

    Summer Psalms #2 - The Psalm of the Cross Psalm 22:1-31 Sermon by Rick Crandall McClendon Baptist Church - June 3, 2009 (Revised for Grayson Baptist Church - Oct. 16, 2011) *Charles Spurgeon tells us that “this is beyond all others The Psalm of the Cross. It may have been actually repeated more

  • Bad Things Happen

    Contributed by Thomas Bowen on Mar 19, 2006
    based on 16 ratings

    Bad things happen to everyone...even christians. You can become synical and bitter or you can work at making things better.

    Bad Things Happen Psalms 22:1-22:31 Where have you heard the first words of our scripture this morning? Jesus uses them doesn’t he? How about you, have you said similar words or thoughts when things are not going right in life….how about when Everything is wrong? When the baby dies, more

  • Discover God During The Trials Of Life Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Sep 21, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    In openness and yieldness, we find God even in the puzzling events of our lives--the times of trouble and tribulation

    Psalm 22:1-5, 15-21 “Discover God During the Trials of Life”+ INTRODUCTION King David was a man of God. He was once described as a “man after God’s own heart.” King David did not lead a charmed life, however, even though he was a king and had a personal relationship with God. He had more

  • A B C Good Friday. Series

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Apr 2, 2021
    based on 4 ratings

    APRIL 15TH, 2022.

    Isaiah 52:13-15, Isaiah 53:1-12; Psalm 22:1-31; Hebrews 10:16-25; Hebrews 4:14-16; Hebrews 5:7-9; John 18:1-40, John 19:1-42. (A) JESUS THE MAN OF SORROWS. Isaiah 52:13-15; Isaiah 53:1-12 – Fourth Servant Song. 1. The introduction to this prophecy of the Passion of Jesus begins not with His more

  • Psalm 22 - Jesus On The Cross Series

    Contributed by Sam Mccormick on Aug 29, 2019

    "My God, My God, why have you forsaken me?" Jesus' terrible cry on the cross is answered in Psalm 22.

    For Sermon Central researchers: I have posted a series of 15 sermons on the Psalms. In recent personal studies I have found the psalms to be richer and more thought-provoking than I had fully appreciated. I had too often swept swiftly through psalms without slowing down to inquire as thoroughly as more

  • Savior

    Contributed by Nathan Johnson on Nov 20, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Psalm 22 is the PSALM OF THE CROSS and the very prophecy of our Savior’s sufferings. But it goes deeper than that. Christ speaks to us about what has been provided as direct consequences of His loving and selfless sacrifice. This is the Holy Ground of

    The Savior Griffith Baptist Church – 11/18/07 P.M. Service Text: Psalm 22 Introduction: An elderly gentleman was out walking with his young grandson. "How far are we from Home?" he asked the grandson. The boy answered, "Grandpa, I don’t know." The grandfather asked, "Well, where are more

  • Resurection Reflections

    Contributed by Eric Hanson on Jun 11, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    11 amazing things Jesus did. Preach your own message from this proven outline!

    RESURRECTION REFLECTIONS Jesus’ Life and Mission Pastor Eric J. Hanson March 23, 2008 Mention the Kerygma (The Heart of the Matter) 333 OT prophecies/ 456 details. Not vague-very detailed Today we start with Psalm 22: the ultimate Messianic Psalm. 1. He was prophecied by many more

  • The Value Of Suffering

    Contributed by Carl Allen on Sep 23, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    Everyone goes through struggles in life’s journey and everyone has an option on how to view that struggle. We can take it as a time to wreck us or as a time to look to the Word of God and lean on God to pull us through.

    Value of Suffering Psalm 22:1-31 Intro The background of Psalm 22 is some event or series of events in David’s life when he went through much opposition and physical abuse. While suffering on the cross, Jesus quoted part of the first verse. He may have quoted all of it but was so weak the more

  • Where Is God In All This?

    Contributed by Carl Greene on Sep 11, 2008

    Sermon for a suicide... a 49 year old man. Using Psalm 22: vs 1-5, 9-11, 27-31 and 1Corinthians 15: 35-38, 42-44, 50-58

    Invocation Gently sustain us, O Lord, through this day of sorrow and loss. In our time together, may we honor (NAME) . May we sense your Spirit with us. May your Spirit bring to our hearts your merciful and compassionate comfort. Amen. Welcome On behalf of the (NAME) family, thank each of you more

  • Good Friday Meditation

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Mar 25, 2005
    based on 21 ratings

    Jesus quotes the first line of Ps22 but evokes the entire Psalm as an expression of what he’s experiencing at that moment. His experience of abandonment is tempered by his faith in the God who saves.

    This page contains the entire service but without the poems by Nell Hodgson for which I do not yet have copyright release or the Audiovisual Meditation (Powerpoint Presentation) which was too large to be included. Hymn: You laid aside Your majesty (Noel Richards) Sentence of Scripture: more

  • Is He Your God? Series

    Contributed by Boomer Phillips on Sep 15, 2021
    based on 1 rating

    Good Friday: Psalm 22 is an amazingly accurate depiction of the events that surrounded Jesus’ crucifixion, and there is a lot we can learn from this passage about God’s character and His power over both life and death.

    Our passage that we will examine today is amazing, for it is a prophecy of the passion story, or an account of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, that was written nearly 800 years before the birth of Jesus. James Smith says that, “Such a hope [as is found in this passage] must be restricted to the more