When was the last time that you participated in taking the Lord’s Supper?
How did you go about preparing yourself to participate?
Why is the Lord’s Supper an important part of the believer’s life?
Listen to this podcast to find out what the Bible says about the Lord’s Supper. Jesus instituted this ordinance of the church for us to remember what He has done for us. Later, Paul tells us that we are to be serious, and not casual or flippant, in our preparation and participation is this very important ceremony.
This is to be a time of remembrance of the love that God has for us, and it is to be a time of self-assessment and repentance.
Don’t miss the wonderful message that is to be found in the believer’s heart as they remember the finished work of salvation that Jesus has done for you.
Who was in control of the events that led to Jesus dying on the cross?
Was it the Jewish religious leadership?
Was it the Romans?
Was it Judas who betrayed Jesus?
Listen to this podcast to discover the answer to this question is that Jesus was in complete control of the events that led to His death on the cross. He deliberately, knowingly, and willingly walked to the cross. God so loved each of us as humans that He sent His only begotten Son to die so that none should perish and each of us should have the opportunity for everlasting life.
Jesus tells us that whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved. Jesus went to the cross to make that possible.
Join us as we begin a series of lessons that describe the death, burial, and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. Listen as God shows us just how much He loves us.
Can you see who Jesus is?
The world sees Jesus as prophet, a teacher, but ultimately they see Him as a failure because He was hung on a cross to die the death of a criminal. But the world does not see the purpose of Jesus’ death, or the fact of His bodily resurrection.
The disciples saw Jesus as the Promised King of a Promised Kingdom.
Bartimaeus was blind, but he saw Jesus as the hope of a lifetime. Once he could see he saw Jesus as his Lord and Master.
The Jews of the city of Jerusalem saw Jesus as the prophet of Nazareth of Galillee.
The Bible tells us that Jesus came not to be ministered unto, but to minister, and to give his life a ransom for many
Listen to this podcast to learn how Jesus came to this earth to be a minister to others and to give His life as a ransom for many.
Who do you see Jesus as? I hope you see Him as the one and only path to eternal life. Jesus wants you to see Him as your Savior and Master.
When man looks at Jesus dying on the Cross at Calvary he sees a failure. This is man's wisdom.
When God looks at His own Son dying on the Cross at Calvary He sees the redemption of man as it was planned at the time of creation. This is God's wisdom.
The wisdom of the Cross contains the gospel message of the Cross.
Man's wisdom says that we must earn our salvation through some deed or effort.
The wisdom of the Cross says that no man can come to the Father except through the precious blood of Jesus Christ.
Man's wisdom boasts proudly of the good motives and the righteous behavior of man. The scales of justice determine man's destination and reward in the afterlife, if there is an afterlife.
The wisdom of the Cross says that man's righteousness is as filthy rags before the holiness of God.
The wisdom of man leads to an eternity in Hell.
The wisdom of the Cross leads to an eternity with Jesus in Heaven.
Listen to this podcast and learn how Paul describes the wisdom of the Cross.