Tag: Good Friday

The Power of the Cross – ‘Strength From God’s Word’ Podcast – Episode 11

This 3-minute podcast is based on Colossians 2:13-15. It highlights 3 powerful truths about what the Lord Jesus Christ accomplished for us on the cross through His sacrifice. If you are blessed by the podcast, do consider subscribing to our YouTube channel.


Strength From God’s Word – The Power of the Cross

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The Victorious Power of the Cross Is Yours Today (Colossians 2:13-15)

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Introduction: It is said that Billy Graham once attributed the large number of responses to his sermons on one central theme. It was, that he always drew attention in his sermons to the Lord Jesus Christ and to ‘the power of the cross’.

As we draw close to Good Friday, it’s good to remind ourselves of the power of the cross and what the Lord accomplished through His mighty sacrifice. Although the cross was a symbol of execution at that time (much like an electric chair today), God’s saving power in full was revealed at the cross. It symbolized the greatest rescue mission the world has ever seen!!

From Colossians 2:13-15, I would like to leave 3 thoughts about ‘The Power of the Cross’ in this sermon outline. They are:


 Devotional : Immanuel – “God with us” in His Greatness (Mt: 1:23)

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“The virgin …will give birth to a Son, and they will call Him Immanuel” (Matthew 1:23)

There is a story about a boy who promised his fiancee that he was always only a call away. If ever she needed his presence, all she had to do was call. One day while facing a difficult situation, she did call and asked him to come over quickly. His response was, ‘Honey, I will climb the highest mountain to be with you. I will swim the deepest river to do so too. I will travel the longest distance to be with you another day. But sorry, I cannot come today’!!CONTINUE READING

Sermon: 5 Ways God Spoke to Pilate

Sermon: If God could speak to Pilate, He can speak to you too (Good Friday)

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There is a story about a man who was concerned about what he felt was his wife’s loss of hearing. So, he decided to test it out one day while she was seated, doing some work. The man went behind her and from two separate distances called out “Can you hear me”? There was no reply on either occasion and he determined that her hearing was really bad. He finally came within earshot & once again called out, “Can you hear me”? His wife, sounding rather irritated said, “Yes John, for the third time, I can hear you”! The problem was not with his wife’s hearing, but his own hearing!