Tag: Crucifixion

Good Friday sermon: Watching Jesus die ~ Part II

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Good Friday Sermon: Watching Jesus die
Good Friday sermon: Watching Jesus die ~ Part 2

The nails which the experts say were used to crucify Jesus.

Introduction

In part one of this series we learned Good Friday is a call for discipleship, faithfulness, to accept Christ as our savior and follow him whole heartedly. This sermon is the second part of that series. Today we are going to draw three more life applications from the passion and death of our savior.

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Good Friday sermon: Watching Jesus die ~ Part I

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Good Friday Sermon: Watching Jesus die
Good Friday sermon: Watching Jesus die ~ Part 1

A part of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. A church built on the site where Jesus is said to have been crucified.

Introduction

By popular Tradition we limit Good Friday for remembering Jesus’ passion and death. It’s not wrong but there’s more to it. In this three part sermon we are going to watch Matthew’s narration of Jesus’ agonizing journey very closely to help ourselves take another step towards redemption.

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Sermon: Jesus and the two robbers

Sermon: Jesus and the two robbers

Introduction

The persecutors of Jesus were determined to heap discredit and infamy upon his memory. Therefore they crucified two robbers with him. One of the robbers was crucified at his right and other at his left. A conversation broke out between Jesus and these robbers.

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