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New Hearts (Colossians 3)

A sermon from Casey Gray.

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Risen (Mark 15:40-16:8)

In our last lesson we witnessed the mockery and shame that came from being crucified. After taking his last breath, the centurion confesses that Jesus truly was the Son of God (15:39). We learn that some of the disciples of Jesus were watching these events unfold from a distance. Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James and Joses, and Salome were there along with other women. They became followers of Jesus in Galilee and came with him to Jerusalem when Jesus and his apostles came. The women are witnesses to the death of Jesus.

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Not Your Righteousness (Deuteronomy 9:1-10:11)

Moses is in the middle of preaching his second sermon to the people of Israel before he dies and the people enter into the promised land. He has been proclaiming to the people their need to remember the Lord and not forget him when they enjoy the blessings of God. Moses now addresses another important reminder for them if they want to enjoy the promised land in Deuteronomy 9.

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Crucified (Mark 15:1-39)

Jesus has been tried by the Jewish leaders who have convened in the middle of the night and condemned Jesus to death because he is the Messiah, the Son of God. Peter has denied the Lord three times in a matter of hours during this night. The other disciples have run away for their lives. From a human perspective it looks as if everything is going completely wrong. Nothing seems to be going right in this story. But everything is going exactly to God’s foreknowledge and plan. Nothing is going wrong at all. The great irony of this historical account is that everything that we are reading and will continue to read today is what God wanted to happen. Let us not forget what God said through the prophet Isaiah regarding his servant, “It was the will of the Lord to crush him” (Isaiah 53:10).

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