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Christ’s Victory Over Calvary

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Colossians 2:12-15 Most sermons about the crucifixion of Christ focus on His sufferings as a man at Calvary. Indeed, no man suffered as much as Jesus did on the cross (Isa. 52:14). He took the suffering you and I deserved. This morning I want us to focus on another side of Calvary—Not the sufferings of […]

Sign on the Cross

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John 19:19-22 When the soldiers nailed Christ to the cross, they placed “a title” on the cross above Jesus’ head.  The “title” identified who the person on the cross was. Pilate wrote the title —“JESUS OF NAZARETH THE KING OF THE JEWS.” Matthew 27:37 and Mark 15:26 calls it “his accusation” — It signified what […]

Man Who Carried Jesus’ Cross

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Luke 23:26-33 Our text mentions the man who carried Jesus’ cross. His name was Simon the Cyrenian—In addition to our text He is also mentioned in… Matthew 27:32—And as they came out, they found a man of Cyrene, Simon by name: him they compelled to bear his cross. Mark 15:21—And they compel one Simon a […]

Jesus on Trial: Verdict That Saved the World

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Matthew 26:57-68; Mark 14:53-65; Luke 22:63-71 Immediately after Jesus was betrayed and arrested in the garden He was taken to the High Priest to be judged (Mt. 26:57). Jesus was not dragged before Caiaphas unwillingly. He was “brought as a lamb to the slaughter,” just as Isaiah prophesied (53:7). Within the next few hours Jesus […]

Jesus Betrayed!

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JESUS BETRAYED!—The Greatest Crime in History Matthew 26:14-16, 20-25, 45-56; 27:3-10; Luke 22:47-54; John 13:21-30; 18:1-12 There are certain names in history that will always be associated with betrayal: Benedict Arnold who betrayed the Continental army in the Revo- lutionary War. Another name known for treachery was Marcus Brutus, who was among the assassins of […]