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When All Hope Is Lost (John 19:31-20:10)

The ministry of Jesus has fallen apart.  The powerful religious establishment has illegally arrested Him under the cover of darkness, pushed Him through a mock trial with a predetermined outcome, tortured Him, and nailed Him to a cross.  Thanks to the "fake news" propaganda of the religious and political elite, the people who once heralded Jesus into Jerusalem, now demand His crucifixion.  On top of all that, His own disciples have forsaken him and bitterly mourn their own failure.  All hope is lost...or is it?


Behold the Man! (John 19:1-16)

When Jesus goes to the cross as the substitutionary atonement for our sins, He not only pays for them with His shed blood, brutally extracted from His innocent flesh, but on top of that, He endures mocking and humiliation on a grand scale. It’s highly unlikely that any of us will be killed for standing up for Christ, but I guarantee you that at some point, you or I will be made fun of for our faith.  In this morning’s passage, we will see how our Lord responds to being made a fool of while also suffering the effects of severe torture.


What Is Truth? (John 18:28-40)

How do we as believers share the gospel truth in a time of post-modern thought which rejects the very notion of truth, claims that logic and reason are racist tools of Western civilization, and that words have no meaning?  The same way Jesus does before Pontius Pilate and Pontius Pilate does before the hypocritical religious leaders who want Jesus executed.


Peter’s Denial of Jesus (John 18:15-27)

As Jesus said he would, Peter denies his association with Christ three times in this familiar passage from John 18. The Bible simply tells us that it happened; it doesn't tell us the lesson we are to draw from it.  Was Peter weak, feckless, and unworthy of the high position to which Jesus appointed him?  Or was Peter a good man who made a terrible mistake in the heat of the moment? Let's walk through the passage and draw some conclusions.


Volunteer Not Victim (John 18:1-18)

The "Last Adam" in the Garden of Gethsemane will reverse the curse brought about by the first Adam in the Garden of Eden. Even though Jesus is the victim of a sinister plot which begins in this garden, He is also an all-knowing, all-powerful voluntary participant in it. Remember that He said, “I have the power to lay My life down and the power to take it up again.” He is enduring this week of injustice, torture, and death for you and for me. And just because these events were known before the foundation of the world, does not make the men who committed them any less culpable.  They had the power to do right, but chose not to use it, and God in His foreknowledge knew they would not and He used their stubbornness to fulfill His purposes. 


I Have Overcome the World (John 16:23-33)

Jesus prepares His disciples for His departure as we enter the final week of Jesus' life prior to the crucifixion.  They are upset and confused (their hearts are troubled) because they are losing Him.  Jesus responds by pointing out all they will gain as a result of His departure including a place in heaven prepared for them, the presence of the Holy Spirit for their Christian walk, and another benefit mentioned in today's passage.

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