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  • Psalm 22 - The Psalm Of The Cross Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Dec 8, 2018
    based on 1 rating
     | 11,768 views

    This psalm is called the Psalm of the Cross. It has been given this name because it describes more accurately and minutely the crucifixion of Christ than does any other portion of the Word of God.

    May 10, 2014 Tom Lowe Psalm 22 (KJV) Title: The Psalm of the Cross To the chief Musician upon Aijeleth Shahar (or the hind of the morning) A psalm of David. Introduction This psalm is called the Psalm of the Cross. It has been given this name because it describes more accurately and ...read more

  • Psalm 22 Series

    Contributed by Daniel Austin on Feb 6, 2010
    based on 4 ratings
     | 8,600 views

    In Psalm 22 we find assurance in the truth of God’s plan of salvation through the sacrifice of His Son, Jesus. Assurance and hope for all nations for all time.

    Psalm 22 07/08/07 AM Text: Psalm 22:1-31 Introduction Few of the Psalms are any more interesting and intriguing to study than Psalm 22. But also, few of the Psalms are any more encouraging and motivating to our own faithfulness to God. I. Overview Psalm 22 Psalm 22 is a "messianic" psalm: ...read more

  • The Suffering King

    Contributed by Douglas Phillips on Feb 11, 2010
     | 3,380 views

    THIS IS PART OF A BIBLE STUDY SERIES THAT I HAD ON THE PSALMS

    PSALM 22 THE SUFFERING KING INTRODUCTION: YOU MAY RECOGNIZE THE OPENING WORDS OF THIS PSALM AS SOME OF THE WORDS THAT CHRIST CRIED WHEN HE WAS ON THE CROSS. IT COULD BE THAT BY REFERENCING THESE OPENING WORDS OF THE PSALM THAT JESUS WAS DIRECTING US TO STUDY THE WHOLE PSALM, AND TO APPLY IT ...read more

  • Trust And Obey 2 Series

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Sep 7, 2017
     | 3,485 views

    We can trust the bible because it is prophetically accurate; has survived attack; and has transforming ability.

    • Last week – Historical Accuracy; Scientific Accuracy; and Thematic Unity • This week – Prophetic Accuracy; Survival Ability; Transforming Power I. It is Prophetically Accurate • It is risky to talk about prophecy and fulfillment because if man wrote it, and if the prophecies don’t come true ...read more

  • The Excitement Of Easter

    Contributed by Dr. Odell Belger on Feb 17, 2022
     | 1,266 views

    It is a blessing for us to be able to come to church and hear the gospel preached over and over again. Why?

    Because of two reasons: (1) It is a blessing, when you consider the fact that some have never heard the gospel. We are blessed to have heard it preached over and over again. (2) Another reason is because the more we can hear something, the more we receive from it. For example, it is ...read more

  • The Absence Of God

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Apr 3, 2010
    based on 4 ratings
     | 9,839 views

    January 1985: The psalmist experiences the absence of God, even to the point of denigrating himself as a "worm." But when he takes inventory, he does see evidence of God's presence, opens up his heart, and dares to hope.

    Today I am going to take a somewhat different approach to the reading of the Scripture and the way I will be preaching on it. And in fact I hope this will make it come alive for you and will enable you to follow the thought of the Scripture writer as well as my own thought. What I plan to do today ...read more

  • The Suffering Messiah

    Contributed by John Lowe on Sep 16, 2015
     | 7,470 views

    As you read this psalm, you see Jesus at Calvary: His cry to the Father; the period of darkness; the ridicule of the people; His thirst and pain; His pierced hands and feet; and the gambling for His clothes.

    3-26--05 Title: The Suffering Messiah Text: (Psalm 22) Introduction Of all the psalms dealing with the Lord’s great desire to save lost men and women, this is undoubtedly the best. It’s identified as a Messianic psalm (a psalm written about Jesus, ...read more

  • Trust The Lord To Deliver Us

    Contributed by William R. Nabaza on Aug 3, 2015
     | 2,003 views

    To show that we trust and roll ourselves to the LORD because only the LORD can deliver us because He delights and cares for us.

    I. EXORDIUM: Do you rock and roll? No. I trust and roll. Psalms 22:8 II. AUDIENCE PROFILE: Believers III. OBJECTIVES: To show that we trust and roll ourselves to the LORD because only the LORD can deliver us because He delights and cares for us. IV. TEXT: Psalms 22:8 He ...read more

  • The Picture Of The Suffering Messiah

    Contributed by Ian Humphrey on Nov 4, 2015
     | 3,524 views

    The Picture of The Suffering Messiah

    1. Psalm 22 - pictures the Good Shepherd dying for the sheep (Jn.10:11) 2. Psalm 23 - the Great Shepherd caring for the sheep (Heb.13:20-21) 3. Psalm 24 - the Chief Shepherd coming for the sheep (I Pet.5:4) The Picture of The Suffering Messiah - 22:1-15 ...read more

  • God Forsaking God

    Contributed by David Scudder on Apr 7, 2012
     | 4,475 views

    What this fourth saying from the cross does is to give us a glimpse into the hellish pain and agony that Jesus suffered because of His separation from His Father. This agonizing question from the cross does have an answer and we find that answer in the P

    Purpose: To explore the agony of Christ's suffering. Aim: I want the listener to worship Christ because He became a curse for them. INTRODUCTION: While the scorching heat of the Palestinian sun beat down on Christ as He hung on the Cross He spoke three different times between 9 am to 12 noon. ...read more

  • Five Pictures Of The Savior

    Contributed by Maurice Brown on Nov 19, 2001
    based on 158 ratings
     | 10,249 views

    An amazing prophecy of the Lord Jesus on the Cross.

    INTRODUCTION A. Did you know that you can meet Jesus Christ in the Psalms? 1. Psalm 22 - pictures the Good Shepherd dying for the sheep (Jn.10:11) 2. Psalm 23 - the Great Shepherd caring for the sheep (Heb.13:20-21) 3. Psalm 24 - the Chief ...read more

  • Prophetic Picture Of Crucifixion Series

    Contributed by Paul Apple on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 44 ratings
     | 3,550 views

    THE MESSIAH SUFFERS EXTREME REJECTION (CRUEL CRUCIFIXION)BUT ANTICIPATES THAT GOD’S DELIVERANCE WILL SPARK EVER EXPANDING CIRCLES OF PRAISE AND TESTIMONY

    BIG IDEA: THE MESSIAH SUFFERS EXTREME REJECTION (CRUEL CRUCIFIXION)BUT ANTICIPATES THAT GOD’S DELIVERANCE WILL SPARK EVER EXPANDING CIRCLES OF PRAISE AND TESTIMONY INTRODUCTION: AGONIZING QUESTION: "My God, my God, why hast Thou forsaken me?" (Matt. 27:46) The initial cry from the ...read more

  • The Evidence For The Resurrection Of Christ

    Contributed by Eddie Snipes on Nov 11, 2000
    based on 304 ratings
     | 15,531 views

    Updated April 06. This sermon looks at the historical evidence that supports the Bible’s claims of the crucifixion and resurection of Christ.

    The Evidence for the Resurrection of Christ Psalm 22: 1 My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me? Why are You so far from helping Me, And from the words of My groaning? 2 O My God, I cry in the daytime, but You do not hear; And in the night season, and am not silent. ... 14 I am poured out ...read more

  • Jesus' Greatest Message

    Contributed by Laird Garner on Jun 14, 2001
    based on 91 ratings
     | 1,928 views

    Jesus’

    Jesus’ ...read more

  • "My God, My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me?

    Contributed by Jonathan Kittrell on Jun 5, 2002
    based on 38 ratings
     | 7,792 views

    This is the fourth set of words Jesus utters from the cross. It is a pivotal phrase and is purposefully the fourth statement he made. While this utterance could call the relationship between God and Jesus into question, it actually melds it and shows how

    My God, My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me? Matthew 27:45-50 ETS: Jesus, God, cries out for His inner strength to endure ESS: We must cry out to God in our struggles. We are never forsaken OSS: Strength in midst of turmoil, sin. WORD: Strength Discuss humility of preaching. READ ...read more