The March to the Cross — Our Flinty Faced Savior!

Face of a Rescuer logoIsaiah 50:6-7 — The Suffering Servant Set His Face Like a Flint
Luke 9:51 — Jesus Set His Face to Go to Jerusalem

As we approached Resurrection Sunday, we prepare our hearts by contemplating Jesus, our Lord and Savior. We often think of His rich love toward the lost, His grace so powerful that it led Him to lay down His life for us. But we forget that Jesus was fiercely determined to go to the cross. Though He face mockery and betrayal by a trusted comrade, though He was taunted and scorned by the very ones for whom He would give Himself up as a sacrifice, though none of us deserved it, Jesus was bound and determined to go to the cross. His face set like a flint (according to the Old Testament’s description) just like those who must rush into battle, rush into a burning building, or rush into the Twin Towers on 9/11 to rescue those who are perishing.

Join us as we examine the toughness of our Savior as He aggressively faced the torture to come out of His incredible love for us.

The Resolve of Our Savior, March 8, 2015 Sermon Audio
March to the Cross 1 – Sermon Handout March to Cross 1 – Power Point
March to the Cross 1 – Preaching Notes

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The Resolve of Our Savior, March 22, 2015 Sermon Audio
March to the Cross 2 – Sermon Handout March to Cross 2 – Power Point
March to the Cross 2 – Preaching Notes

Secrets of His Strength logo

The Secrets of His Strength, March 29, 2015 Sermon Audio
March to the Cross 3- Sermon Handout March to Cross 3 – Power Point
March to the Cross 3 – Preaching Notes

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