The Lamb of God – John 1:29-34

What is your Jesus story?  In other words, what is your personal testimony? It may seem difficult at times to share our faith, but doing so is important to our faith.  By the Holy Spirit, God strengthens and gives us the boldness to share what coming to Jesus in faith has done.  He helps usContinue reading “The Lamb of God – John 1:29-34”

Jesus, Risen and Speaking Again

Sermon Notes for Resurrection Sunday 2019 Often we have heard of the last seven sayings of Jesus on the cross.  But, what did Jesus say after the resurrection? First Seven Sayings of Jesus after the Resurrection in John 20. The first three sayings were to Mary Magdalene.   Why Weepest thou? (13 & 15) Rev.Continue reading “Jesus, Risen and Speaking Again”

Seven Sayings: I Thirst

Soon Jesus would be dead.  The four last statements of Jesus seemed to happen in quick succession.  The fifth word of seven is, “I thirst.” John 19:28-29 28 After this, Jesus knowing that all things were now accomplished, that the scripture might be fulfilled, saith, I thirst. 29 Now there was set a vessel full of vinegar:Continue reading “Seven Sayings: I Thirst”

Seven Sayings: My God, My God, Why hast Thou Forsaken Me

Jesus was on the cross for six hours at this point. It was about 3pm (the ninth hour of the day).  Up to this point, we have seen a great bit of detail about the physical side of Jesus’ crucifixion.  In this fourth statement, we are now fully introduced to the deeper anguish pressing down on the Savior.Continue reading “Seven Sayings: My God, My God, Why hast Thou Forsaken Me”

Seven Sayings: Behold thy…

John 19:25-27 In the previous two statements made by Jesus on the cross, we were given a glimpse into the salvific power of Christ.  The intercessory work was demonstrated through Jesus’ prayer to the Father over the ignorance of the crowds.  The immediate nature of salvation was seen in the words spoken to the penitentContinue reading “Seven Sayings: Behold thy…”

Seven Sayings: Today

The second sermon in our series, “Seven Sayings from the Cross” comes from Luke 23:35-43.  Everything Jesus did and said had a purpose.  There were no wasted movements or waster breath with Him.  Including the words, He spoke from the cross.  While I don’t think they were intended to be wordy theological dialogues like theContinue reading “Seven Sayings: Today”

Most Read Posts of 2018

We just wanted to send out a message to thank everyone for another wonderful year on our blog.  The following lists show the ten most-read posts this year.  Looking forward to another year of serving and writing! 10. Christian Baptist Camp Meeting 2018 9. Three reflections on the Old Testament Tabernacle. 8. Don’t Quit! 7.Continue reading “Most Read Posts of 2018”