"My Times Are In Your Hands" II

 

David said at Psalm 31:15, My times are in your hands.”  

Last week we introduced the concept of providence, and this Sunday we will continue this study. 

David cast himself on the providence of God. 

It helped him to weather many storms.         


"My Times Are In Your Hands"

David prays six key words in Psalm 31 that reveal a faith in a covenant God:  My times are in your hands.”  

This Sunday we will examine what prompted these words of faith as we examine the two main philosophical views of life (Acts 17). 

David and Paul offer a third view that offers hope.

 

 

Crucifixion Characters: Christ

The political and religious leaders had their say and their day.

It was now Christ who would not only have His day, but bring about the greatest day in all of history – Resurrection Sunday! 

This Sunday we conclude our series on Crucifixion Characters, with the three most important words ever spoken:  He is Risen!

 

 


Crucifixion Characters: Joseph Caiaphas

Joseph Caiaphas is our third political character we will examine in this series. 

Caiaphas was the hand picked high priest by Rome. 

It was a very political position as the high priest served in the Temple and as the leader of the Sanhedrin, the Jewish high court. 

 Caiaphas played a major roll in the execution of Christ. 


Crucifixion Characters: Herod Antipas


Herod Antipas
is our second political character we will examine in this series.

There are several Herods mentioned in the New Testament, but this one is responsible for beheading John the Baptist and having Jesus appear before him in trial.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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