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2004 stmarkdc holy week

2004 Holy Week St. Mark DC - Part 3 (Eve of Wednesday)

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"Preaching the End is Near"

The end of times is spoken about frequently in the Holy Bible: the parables, the Book of Revelation. There are two ways we can look at them: 1) Why is God is so harsh or 2) How loving God is and He wants me to take His Blood to escape this divine justice. One of them will ultimately change the way we look at life and the way we live our lives

2004 Holy Week St. Mark DC - Part 1 (Eve of Monday)

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"Look Unto Jesus"

 

The purpose of Holy Week is Repentance. Repentance is not focusing on our sins 24/7, but actually focusing on the Lord Jesus Christ, Who paid the price for our sins. In focusing on Him, we will take every step He takes this Passion Week and find out God’s love and salvation for all of us.

2004 Holy Week St. Mark DC - Part 5 (Good Thursday)

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"God in the Hands of Angry Sinners"  Judas sold the Lord for thirty pieces of silver, the price of a slave at that time; the woman who anointed the Lord at Bethany in Mark 14:3-9 sold the Lord for 300 denarii, a whole life’s savings. What’s Jesus’ price for you? If we consecrate our lives to the Lord, He will give us back a 100 fold of what we have given Him.

 

2004 Holy Week St. Mark DC - Part 6 (Good Friday)

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"By His Stripes, We are Healed"

Sin is a very serious disease and sickness that exists in all of us and was the reason for the Lord's death on the Cross. However, it is not enough for us to look at the Cross and feel bad. There is actually joy in this day because His shedding of Blood is our healing for this terrible disease. He took the whips on our behalf and out of His love for us He provides the healing. If you are feeling apathetic about Christianity, this sermon will get you excited about it.
 

2004 Holy Week St. Mark DC - Part 6 (Good Friday)

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"By His Stripes, We are Healed"

Sin is a very serious disease and sickness that exists in all of us and was the reason for the Lord's death on the Cross. However, it is not enough for us to look at the Cross and feel bad. There is actually joy in this day because His shedding of Blood is our healing for this terrible disease. He took the whips on our behalf and out of His love for us He provides the healing. If you are feeling apathetic about Christianity, this sermon will get you excited about it.
 

2004 Holy Week St. Mark DC - Part 2 (Eve of Tuesday)

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This sermon speaks about God’s real hunger and thirst for our hearts through the example of the withered Fig Tree, which Jesus found nothing but leaves on it (Mark 11:11-19). God’s heart is a broken heart and to mend this heart, God needs us to love Him and love each other and be a dwelling place for Him