Back to Men of Integrity Subscribe to Men of Integrity
Log In | My Account | Help


All for You and Me
Theme of the Week: Holy Week: Choosing the Cross
Thursday, April 17, 2014

Average rating: [ see ratings/comments | 1 Comments ]


Key Bible Verse: But he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was on him, and by his wounds we are healed. (Isaiah 53:5, NIV)

Dig Deeper: Matthew 27:11-31

Imagine it with me.

Jesus is standing there stripped, shackled, and alone in the circle. The soldier steps forward and begins. The scourges hiss through the air in a wide arc and ...

Log In

To view the rest of this article, you must be a subscriber to Men of Integrity.
Print subscriber? Activate your online account for complete access.

Log In OR Subscribe

Special Offer: Free Trial Issue

Yes!, send me a free trial issue of Men of Integrity.

If I like it, I'll pay just $19.95 and get five more bimonthly issues (a full year in all), plus complete web access. If not, I'll simply return my bill marked "cancel", owe nothing and keep my free trial issue.


Subscribe to Men of Integrity
Name
Street Address
City/State/Zip
Email Address

Canadian Orders | Give a Gift


Sign up for our free newsletter

Prayer for the Week
Thank you, suffering Redeemer, for paying the price for my sin. ... And through me, in some small or large way today, bring your priceless redemption to others.—Michael Card

Join the Conversation

Average User Rating:

Displaying 1–1 of 1 comments

Curt Schleicher

April 17, 2014  9:24am

It is with tearful eyes that I read today's devotion. Knowing just how much God had given, His Son, in payment for my past, present, and future sins. And after that God showed his compassion for us by sending His Holy Spirit. What a loving, caring, Father in heaven we are privileged to be associated with, to take this punishment on my behalf, all the scourging, all the insults, for me , for me , for me. Words & emotions are an inadequate representation of the thankfulness that wells up inside of me for your act of love. Amen.

Report Abuse

Use your Men of Integrity login to easily comment on this article.
Not part of the community? Subscribe, or on public pages, register for a free account.

Log In OR Subscribe OR Register







FOLLOW US:

Facebook  Twitter  Google +  







Featured Items