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Reaching Lakewood, Littleton
and Morrison for Christ.

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Christ’s Civil Trial Before Pilate

John 18:28 – 19:16 The trial of Jesus Christ is history’s most egregious miscarriage of justice. The “Judge of all the earth” (Gen 18:25) was arraigned before petty human judges; the “exalted Lord of glory” (I Cor 2:8) was humiliated by being mocked, spit upon and beaten; the One who is the Truth (John 14:6)…

Trials and Denials

John 18:12- 27 In John’s account of Jesus’ betrayal, trial and crucifixion, Jesus’ dignity, courage and complete mastery of the situation are on full display. Despite the degrading circumstances, Christ is exalted by John’s placement of Christ’s trial in juxtaposition with Peter’s denial. The two dramas bring into sharp focus opposite truths foundational to all…

The Betrayal of Christ

John 18:1-11 Human history began in the Garden of Eden (Genesis 2) where  Adam rebelled against the Father’s will and brought sin and death to all mankind. In contrast, Jesus, the last Adam (I Corinthians 15:45) went to the garden of Gethsemane and obeyed the Father’s will, bringing righteousness and life to all who trust…

Jesus’ High Priestly Prayer (Pt 2)

John 17:6-26 In the Bible, “name” often refers to “nature,” because a name often revealed something about the individual or place. Jacob means “schemer,” and that is what he did. Bethel means “House of God” because that is where Jacob saw the ladder to heaven in his dream. Isaac means “laughter” because he brought joy…

Jesus’ High Priestly Prayer

John 17:1-5 “A godly man cannot live without prayer.” wrote the seventeenth-century English Puritan Thomas Watson. “A man cannot live unless he takes his breath, nor can the soul unless it breathes forth its desires to God.” The Bible commands prayer and records many examples of the prayer of godly people. Abraham prayed for God…