Posts Tagged With: Easter

“Τετέλεσται”—“It is Finished!!!”

It’s arguably the single most beautiful word in all of the Bible.

And as you will hear in this PODCAST, its meaning and significance continues to reverberate throughout the world, directly into your life today.

Thank you for listening, and for sharing this message!!!

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God bless you richly as you listen.

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Abandoned… No More!

I can say with absolute assurance that the scene to which we refer in this PODCAST, was and is the single most dramatic moment in all of human history.

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“How Sweet the Sound…”

“Perhaps the time has come…”

As you will hear in this PODCAST, perhaps the time has come for you…

“Perhaps the time has come for me to do what?” you may ask.

The answer to that question will free you and me in ways that we can only imagine.

Enjoy!!!

Thank you for listening, and for sharing this message!!!

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“On That GREAT Day…”

This PODCAST is being published one day late… for a very good reason.

Hopefully you will find it worth waiting for. Enjoy!!!

And thank you for listening, and for sharing this message!!!

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Happy Festival of Firstfruits!!!

HAPPY EASTER!!! Or perhaps there’s something better—far more meaningful, way more picturesque—by which this day should be known.

Listen to this PODCAST, and hear it for yourself. An Easter message overflowing with bright optimism—for your future and mine.

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Proof Positive!

“With all of the religions in the world, how do you know that Jesus is the real deal?”

As you are about to hear in this PODCAST, I am asked this question every summer at Middle School and High School Camp. Every summer.

Well, courtesy of the Apostle Paul, and his first-ever recorded sermon in the New Testament, you will hear the answer.

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The Via Dolorosa

Let’s take a walk together.

More precisely, let’s you and me take a walk together with Jesus.

After hearing this PODCAST, you will never think of Jesus’ final steps the same way again.

That’s a promise!!!

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God bless you richly as you listen.

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Caiaphas’ House

In our run-up to Easter, please join us in this week’s PODCAST as we follow Jesus step-by-step on this Virtual Israel Study Tour through the final hours of Jesus’ life.

Last week, we joined Peter in the seclusion of the Garden of Gethsemane. This week, we’ll meet again in the courtyard of the High Priest.

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Gethsemane

Easter is almost upon us. Consequently, for the next four weeks, I would like to take you on a virtual tour of four places that factored most prominently in Jesus’ final hours.

In this PODCAST, we will visit the Garden of Gethsemane together.

From there, we will move in the coming weeks to the house of the High Priest, the Antonia Fortress, and finally–on Easter weekend–we will walk together on the stones of the Via Dolorosa.

I will be privileged to serve as your humble, awestruck tour guide. My prayer is that with every step we take, we will again and again be reminded that the Bible is God’s written record of…

Real people who lived in real places, who had real experiences, all of which point to a real God.

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A (Not-So) Silent Saturday

It is one of the most enigmatic statements in all of Scripture.

Ironically, as you are about to hear in this PODCAST, this mysterious statement follows one of the clearest, most-unambiguous and glorious proclamations in all of Holy Writ.

Two statements: one perplexing, one perfectly understandable, both written by our old friend Peter.

Timely statements each, given that the Easter season is upon us.

Two statements that beg us to answer two compelling questions:

1. Where did Jesus go during the hours between Friday night and Sunday morning?

2. What did Jesus do during those hours between His crucifixion and resurrection?

My friends, you are about to hear an amazing story seldom talked about precisely because it is so enigmatic—“difficult to interpret or understand; mysterious.”

Words that, when understood properly, bless our lives immeasurably.

You are in for an Easter treat.

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God bless you richly as you listen.

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