Good Evening y’all. Today we are looking at Matthew 27.
This chapter details Jesus crucifixion but one bit that struck me was the Judas part in verses 3-5. 605 more words
Blessings to all. Here’s the audio from this evenings service where I preached on Matthew 27.46 and Jesus’ words from the cross, “My God, My God, why have you forsaken me?” In this sermon, I argue that Jesus’ words were in actuality a reference to the entirety of the Psalm (not just Ps 22.1), which ends with the psalmist (and also the Lord) not being abandoned by God, but rather, with the psalmist being redeemed and upheld – which in return means that Christ was upheld and not abandoned on the cross. 27 more words
When we don’t know where we came from and where we are going to, life may become a big interrogation sign.
My heart hurts when I hear stories of people who, for lack of knowledge about Jesus and what he means for us, feel like their life or other’s lives are just a train wreck waiting to just derail. 978 more words
The final verses of Matthew 26 and the beginning of Matthew 27, Scripture tells us of the final hours in the life of Judas Iscariot, the man who had thought that… 2,513 more words
“And behold, the curtain of the temple was torn in two, from top to bottom.”
I absolutely love the power of this statement. From the moment of Jesus’ death on the cross, His final declaration that “It is finished”—our debt fully paid and the wrath of God toward sin fully satisfied—God tore the temple curtain in two. 480 more words