Sermons on Crucifixion
Sermon Scripture: Romans 5:1-10 Sermon Big Idea: An even higher love than a son’s death is the Son’s life. When hardships come we discover faith (v, 1) John 20:8 – John saw and believed When hardships come we discover hope (v. 2-5) John 18 – Peter denies Jesus John 21 – Peter is welcomed back and charged by Jesus Acts 2,3 – Peter boldly preaches the Gospel When hardships come we discover love (v. 6-8) Luke 23:39-43 – The thief…
John 20:1-10 Peter and John saw and believed. John 20:11-18 Mary Magdalene said, “I have seen.” John 20:19-23 The Disciples, “saw the Lord.” John 20:24-29 Thomas said, “Unless I see.” John 20:30-31 John wrote these words “…so that you…”
God alongside us. God with us. God in us. 1 Corinthians 6:19 Galatians 2:20 Hebrews 13:20-21 What is your relationship status with God today?
Mark 15:42-16:14 The appearance of the crucifixion is that the story of Jesus’ life was over. The appearance of an empty tomb meant one of three things: Jesus never died Someone stole the body Jesus was resurrected The appearance is that there was only one murder that week. Live your life in the joy of knowing you experienced your own resurrection!
The weapons used to kill Jesus… Mark 14:63-65 Mark 15:15 Started with a decision of guilt. Mark 14:65 Mark 15:16-20 Moved to a justifiable humiliation. Mark 15:15 Continued to a convincing physical brutality. Mark 15:21-32 Ended with piercing. Isaiah 53:1-9 God created hearts to love, tongues to praise, and hands to serve. An unconvinced sinner uses their heart to judge, their tongue to condemn, and their hands to destroy.
Sermon Scripture: Mark 14-16 Judas, Caiaphas, and Pilate were the three suspects. Mark 14:10-11 John 18:14; Mark 14:53-55 Mark 15:15 All three had one thing in common: A heart apart from God. Mark 14:4-5 Mark 14:1-2 John 19:7-8, 12, 15 Power was the motive behind the killing of Jesus. John 11:45-48 Genesis 3:6 Sin was the charge that led to a guilty plea. Romans 6:23 Isaiah 53:4-5 My name is: ______________________ and I killed Jesus. Isaiah 61:1