For most of us, this is the most dangerous prayer of all: God be all in all to and for us. That means we don't worship food, money, nature, music or any other thing, we worship the creator of these things. We actually don't need these things nearly as much as we need God. In every area of our life, ..
Dangerous Prayers, Part 4: God, Be All
by Jarrett Stevens
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Has your Easter worship become stale? Sometimes we become so traditional in our teaching of this historic event that we reduce what was initially a radically awe-inspiring and life-changing event to a stoic ritual or routine. Immediately following Christ's resurrection, we read how the Apostle Peter's ..
Enamored: An Experience with Jesus
by Don Everts
This message gives a day-by-day account of what happened in Jesus' life over the course of the week leading to his resurrection. Through this historical account, we can understand more fully what the daily events meant to the people of Jesus' day, especially those closest to Jesus, and what they should ..
Holy Week: Renew a Right Spirit within Me
by Dr. Gary Burge
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Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem fulfilled Old Testament prophecies with which the Jews would have been familiar, yet the people wrongly thought that Jesus was denouncing the old temple system of priestly intervention in the Holy of Holies, not realizing he was eliminating their limited access ..
by Shane Farmer
Palm Sunday 2012
To understand the context of Luke chapter 19, we need to understand where Jesus has been. He has been journeying from Jericho to Jerusalem. Why is he going to Jerusalem? He is going to celebrate Passover, which is an annual celebration for any devout Jew. This is what has been celebrated every year. ..
Textperience: The Passion, Part 1: The Triumphal Entry
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The Man Behind the Movie, Part 6: His Final Hours
by Gene Appel
Have you ever wondered why the cross, of all the possible symbols in the world, is the one symbol that represents the Christian faith? After all, it's a symbol of humiliation, suffering, and death. Why would a religious movement want to attach such grim associations to its identity? The cross is ..
Why The Cross? (Palm Sunday 2000)
by John Ortberg