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Looking forward to my Sundae!

Imagine the bewilderment on the Sabbath following the death of Jesus.  It must have seemed as if He had not come through.  His crucifixion devastated His followers – everything that they had hoped in and believed in died before their eyes.  60 more words

April 2014: Cape Town

Sermon: A Good Friday 18 April 2014

Is 52: 13-53; Ps 22; He 10: 16-25; JOHN 18: 1-19:42

Let us therefore approach the throne of grace with boldness, so that we may find mercy and find grace to help in time of need. 1,523 more words

DEVIL GOT PUT DOWN WHEN CHRIST WENT UP

I heard a story where a brother and his sister were riding in the back seat of the family car when all of a sudden the little girl blurted out, “Shut up devil!” Mom turned around and asked, “Why did you say that?” The little girl answered, “Because the devil told me I should break John’s leg.” 837 more words

Miscellaneous

Good Friday--Chief Service 2014. "Sons of the Father." John 19:5-6.

Good Friday—Chief Service + St. Peter Lutheran Church, Joliet + St. John 19:5-6 + April 18, 2014

(originally handwritten)

“Sons of the Father”

INI

Pilate stood on the platform and yelled to the crowd, “I find no guilt in Him,” motioning to the man standing silent in chains. 1,428 more words

Holy Week

Easter

The five year old boy being carried into the health centre in patient ward looked worryingly ill. His mother said that he had been feverish for 24 hours but this morning, he had had a seizure. 944 more words

Medical

What Did Pilate Really Know About Jesus? This May Surprise you.

As we leave Holy Week and look back upon the meaning of Easter, let’s not leave it in the past and forget it too quickly. To many in the world, Easter is simply another holiday. 504 more words

Toccoa Falls College

What will you do with Jesus?

 

Pilate said to them, “Then what shall I do with Jesus who is called Christ?”

                                                                                                          -Matthew 27:22

We just came through the Easter season in which we remembered the ultimate sacrifice that was made for all mankind.

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