Palm Sunday & Easter
Text: John 21:1–19 Main Idea: A Christian’s sin and failure moves the heart of Christ to mercy and compassion not instant wrath and anger.
Text: John 13:21-35 Main Idea: Jesus’ love command shows us the source of our love is not the worthiness of our brother or sister in Christ but the perfect example of Jesus Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit.
Text: 1 Corinthians 15 Main Idea: You cannot call yourself a Christian if you deny the resurrection because the promise of the gospel is forever anchored in Jesus’ literal resurrection from the dead.
Text: 1 Peter 1:17-21 Main Point: Christian let every manner of your earthly conduct be a tangible expression of your highest happiness in and pursuit of God himself.
Text: Mark 15:42–16:8 Main Point: The resurrection vindicates Jesus’ entire ministry and opens the way for his fearful followers to become faithful disciples.
Text: Mark 15:21-41 Main Point: It is impossible to grasp who Jesus is and why Jesus came apart from his shameful death on the cross. Jesus is the Son of God who died for our sins so that we might be restored to God.
1 Peter 1:1–6 Main Idea: If you are truly “born again,” there is no power in heaven or on earth—including yourself—that can pry you from God’s loving grip because Jesus secured your salvation in his death, burial, and resurrection from the dead.
Text: Mark 4:1-20 Main Point: There is more than one way to miss the Kingdom of Heaven.
Text: 1 Corinthians 15:12–19 Main Point: If Jesus was not raised from the dead, you are following a false religion and forever doomed.
Text: Matthew 21:1-19 Main Point: Jesus is not only the promised Messianic King, he is the authoritative judge of his people.