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The Final Days of Jesus: Friday

Good Friday. A day of utter darkness as Jesus, the Son of God, hangs on a cruel instrument of torture and execution, taking on himself the just penalty for our sins. In our place condemned he stood. A day of darkness, yes...but a day of hope for all those who place their trust in him. "In this is love, not that we have loved God but that he loved us and sent his Son to ...

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The Final Days of Jesus: Thursday

On Maundy Thursday we consider a wealth of Jesus' teaching to his disciples (John 13:1-17:26), the details of the Last Supper (Matthew 26:20""30; Mark 14:17""26; Luke 22:14""20), the Garden of Gethsamane (John 18; Mark 14:32), Judas' betrayal of our Lord (John 18:2), and the beginning of the proceedings that lead to Good Friday (John 18:12). Take time to watch Crosswa...

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The Final Days of Jesus: Wednesday

Crossway's video on "The Final Days of Jesus: Wednesday."...

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The Final Days of Jesus: Tuesday

Crossway has put together some wonderful videos helping each of us understand what took place on the days between Palm Sunday and Easter. Be sure to watch each day this week!...

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Consider: The Church: God's Perspective

The gospel is to inform and affect every single aspect of our lives as individuals and as a church...about sanctification, about doctrine, about the Holy Spirit, about relationships, about how we serve, about how we steward that which God gives us, about evangelism, and about our mission. But how does the gospel inform and affect the way we think and act every day about th...

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Consider: Knowing God...Trusting God

As we know God accurately we grow to trust him fully and fulfill our purpose for living. What King David knows about God practically helps him trust in God. In Psalm 25:1 it is God whom he says he trusts. He knows that there is only hope in Him. It is God that must be trusted, not men. It is God whom we must desire and not another. It is God that holds our yesterday, to...

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Consider: The Faithfulness of God

Think about these questions personally (and as a couple if you're married); and if you're a parent ask your kids these questions and help them apply the message from Sunday....

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