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John 19:17-42 - The Crucifixion, More Than The Eye Could See




As the apostle John tells about the crucifixion, he shows us again and again how the everything unfolded according to God's plan. In addition to what the naked eye saw, there was much more happening the eye couldn't see.

John 19:17-42 - The Crucifixion, More Than The Eye Could See - Quicktime and iPhone Audio - M4A
John 19:17-42 - The Crucifixion, More Than The Eye Could See - Manuscript - PDF
John 19:17-42 - The Crucifixion, More Than The Eye Could See - Sermon Handout - PDF
John 19:17-42 - The Crucifixion, More Than The Eye Could See - Small Group Work Sheet - PDF
John 19:17-42 - The Crucifixion, More Than The Eye Could See - Leader Guide - PDF
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John 13:1-17 - Scandalous Love



On October 2, 2006, Charles Roberts burst into an Amish one-room schoolhouse in Lancaster Pennsylvania. He shot ten girls, ages 6-13, killing five, before committing suicide. Incidents like this make the news, but what kept this in the news was the response of the Amish. The Amish visited Charles Roberts family after the shooting to tell them they were extended forgiveness. Members of the Amish community visited Charles Roberts widow, parents and parents-in-law to comfort them in their loss. One Amish father held Charles Roberts' sobbing father in his arms for an hour. The Amish even set up a charity fund for Charles Robert's widow and children. Over 30 Amish attended Charles Roberts' funeral. When does this kind of love come from? It is scandalous. When the Amish were asked how they could forgive and love, they only had one name,… Jesus.

John 13:1-17 - Scandalous Love - Audio - MP3
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John 13:1-17 - Scandalous Love - Manuscript - PDF
John 13:1-17 - Scandalous Love - Sermon Handout - PDF
John 13:1-17 - Scandalous Love - Small Group Work Sheet - PDF
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Doctrine - Jesus Christ's Work - Pt. 1




Who was Jesus Christ? Was he a good moral teacher? What he an example for us to follow in times of suffering? The Bible tells us he is much more. Christ is our penal substitutionary atonement. What is penal substitutionary atonement and why must Jesus be the penal substitutionary atonement for us? Join Dr. Trucksess to find out.

Doctrine - Jesus Christ's Work - Pt. 1 - Audio - MP3
Doctrine - Jesus Christ's Work - Pt. 1 - Quicktime and IPhone Audio - M4A
Doctrine - Jesus Christ's Work - Pt. 1 - Manuscript - PDF
Doctrine - Jesus Christ's Work - Pt. 1 - Sermon Handout - PDF
Doctrine - Jesus Christ's Work - Pt. 1 - Small Group Work Sheet - PDF
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