Posted by: phillipmway | March 22, 2015

Lead Me to Calvary

Announcing our sermons for Palm Sunday and Resurrection Sunday

(March 29 and April 5, 2015)

Lead Me to Calvary – Psalm 22
1. The Cry of the Crucified – Psalm 22:1-21a
2. The Declaration of the Delivered – Psalm 22:21b-31

And don’t miss our Chronological Bible Reading Plan from Palm Sunday to Resurrection Sunday.

When we think of celebrating the Resurrection, we usually begin with the observance of Palm Sunday, a remembrance of the day that Jesus entered Jerusalem (fulfilling Old Testament prophecy to the very day) as He was lauded as the King and Messiah by those who lined the road. But in order to understand the true significance of these events we need a clear picture of the actual time line. A careful examination of the Gospel accounts of this last week gives us a picture of what Jesus was doing and where He was each day of the week before He was crucified and raised from the dead in order to redeem His people.

So where was Jesus and what did He do and say each day of the last week before His crucifixion? Follow the link above for a day by day account arranged chronologically to be read beginning Palm Sunday in order to study what happened daily with Jesus and the disciples.


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