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Weekend Bible Study
Theme of the Week: Holy Week: Choosing the Cross
Saturday, April 19, 2014

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Written centuries before Jesus came to earth, Isaiah 53 is an amazing, prophetic account of his suffering. Here is God's plan revealed for humanity's salvation through the sacrifice of his Son. Why would God come up with such a plan? Because humanity's sin and rebellion had to be paid for. Because God loved us so much that he was willing to let his Son suffer and die the cruelest of deaths for our ...

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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

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Curt Schleicher

April 19, 2014  9:11am

Reminders, many reminders this week, that I am a sinner. But a joyous recollection is madeā€¦. that Jesus paid for all my sins on Calgary. Through His sacrificial act of mercy, He died so that I would live. I give to you, Lord Jesus, ALL praise, honor, and respect. Now and only now, am I allowed to hold my head up high, but not with pride, with the knowledge that His payment for my sins was once and for all of them--- past, present, and future. In Your Most Holy and High Name, I pray, and thank you, Jesus. Amen.

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