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My God, My God, Why have you forsaken me?Mark 15:33-41, Owen Batstone, November 5, 2017
- Assume little understanding
- The Trinity
- The Father
- The Son
- The Holy Spirit
- The Father loves the Son in the Holy Spirit
- What is the point of being in Church this morning?
- That you become like Jesus Christ
- To worship and honour His name
- God is the most splendid being in the whole universe
- Knowing God brings us joy
- If we don't recognise this - it is because we have a problem
- The thing that makes me most happy in life is ...
- The thing that occupies most of my time, thoughts and energy is ...
- If the answer is not Jesus, then you are being blocked from seeing this
- What is blocking your soul?
- The Bible says we are broken by sin
- Sin is when we live in God's world but live by our own rules
- Jesus says love your neighbour as yourself - do we?
- The most profound verse in the Bible - Mark 15:34
- Sin is more than just being in the doghouse
- Our sin makes us dead to God
- Jesus knows how powerful sin is, that it spiritually and physically kills people
- Jesus is not happy with sin and the problems it causes
- Jesus is fighting sin to free people from sin
- 155'000 die each time, many without their sin being dealt with
- At this point it looks like Jesus is losing the fighting against sin
- "My God, My God, why have You forsaken me?"
- Speaking from Psalm 22
- A cry of anguish not of physical but spiritual torment and pain
- No physical pain can match that of spiritual anguish
- Personal Example of Fatherhood
- God's Fatherhood
- God loved [and loves] His Son
- John 17
- Ex 4
- Deut 1, 8
- Isaiah 63
- God sent His Son at Christmas
- The Son loves His Father and the Father loves the Son
- Sin is trying to kill God's Son
- Jesus is crying out to His Father
- Why does Jesus say "why"?
- 1. For the first time in eternal history Jesus has been rocked
- Isaiah, 2 Cor
- Jesus is our substitute
- 2. God the Father wants to destroy the enemy (sin) that keeps us separated from Him
- Jesus takes our curse and punishment
- Luke 23 - Jesus entrusts His soul to His Father
- He rises with His children (believers) to His Father
- Closing Remarks
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