Partakers of Christ's Suffering
Partakers of Christ's Suffering
1 Peter 2:21, John 12:9-19
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Sunday Morning Service,  March 20, 2016

On Palm Sunday, we see, in the scripture, what we refer to as the Triumphal Entry. Jesus riding into Jerusalem on the back of a borrowed donkey's colt that had never been ridden before. The masses, religious leaders and the disciples all had different perceptions as to why this was taking place. The purpose of Jesus was far different than all of their perceptions. What about our perception? What is the significance of Christ moving toward Calvary's Cross for us today?

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Other Lessons by George Stiekes

The Prayers of Habakkuk
The Prayers of Nehemiah
The Theology of Prayer
Blessed Are the Pure in Heart
Blessed Are the Merciful
Blessed Are The Meek - 2

Other Lessons in 1 Peter

Distinctive Christianity
Priesthood of the Believer – Part 2
Priesthood of the Believer – Part 1
Preparation for Suffering
How Do We Use Evidence? Part 2