Then Came The Morning

by Dennis Michelson
(Painesville, Ohio)

A an Easter meditation based upon John 18 and 19.


Introduction: The message outlines four important stops along the road to glory for our Savior.

1. The Terror of Gethsemane (John 18:1)

It was a place of:

Promise (compare with Psalm 110)
Pressing (the location was an olive press)
Prayer

2. The Travesty of Gabbatha (John 19:13)

How ironic that Pilate is setting in the seat of judgment and passing unjust judgment on the One who will pass just judgment on him later. The unjust judging the just!

3. The Testimony of Golgotha (John 19:17)

Notice:

Pilate (19:19-22)
Prophecy (19:23-24)
People (19:25-27)
Perfection (19:28-30)

4. The Triumph of the Garden Tomb (19:41)

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Apr 11, 2010
Great Promise of Resurrection
by: Loy Clements

Thank you so very much for the words of encouragement for the believers of our Resurrected Lord and Saviour. It thrills my heart that there is only a short time until we are clothed in our immortal bodies. Jesus is coming sooner than most people expect. Keep your eyes toward the Eastern Skies, for today might just be that Glorious Day.

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