The Passion of Christ - Radio Show

This series walks through the last few days of Jesus’ life, the resurrection, and Great Commission from Matthew’s view point. The word “passion” which refers to the last days of Jesus comes from the Latin work "pati", meaning "to suffer." The word “Passion” was used in the early 16th century to denote "the suffering of Christ on the cross." The English word “passion” also has its roots in the Old French where it meant "strength of feeling." Webster states the word passion "is a strong feeling, especially of anger, love or desire." We know it was God’s love which sent Jesus. Jesus endured the suffering of the cross out of His love for us. Jesus demonstrated both meanings of passion. He loved us so much that He was willing to suffer for us

The Passover and the Lord's Supper

August 17, 2019 at 1:30 PM

The Passover ritual had its own words of explanation for the food and drink, relating to the events of the deliverance of God's people from Egypt. In today's text, Jesus gives His disciples new meaning to these terms which show us how Jesus will deliver us.

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