Easter Sunday | Holy Week

Easter Sunday by George Dillard Matthew 28:1-15, Luke 24:13-49, Psalm 16:9-11 First Day It is Sunday the first Day of the week. In Hebrew in Jesus Day it was Yom Rishon or literally “first day” . I believe that it is significant that the resurrection of Jesus took place on the first day. Think about…

Saturday | Holy Week

Holy Saturday by Alexis Coelho Luke 23:54-56, Matthew 27:62-66, Isaiah 53:8-12 Holy Saturday, a day not really mentioned in the Word but also a day drenched in grief. I mean, can you imagine being one of the disciples on this day? You’re following Jesus around, declaring He is the Son of God. He is the…

Good Friday | Holy Week

Good Friday by Rex Wiseley Matthew 27:1-61, Isaiah 52:13-15, Isaiah 53:1-7 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 Have you ever known a word to be used to describe something which doesn’t seem to fit? You…

Thursday | Holy Week

The Last Supper & In The Garden by Joy Hulsey John 16:16-24, John 16:32-33, Matthew 26:17-75, Psalm 41:7-13, Zechariah 13:7 Before he died, Jesus served his disciples the Last Supper. Today, we remember the Last Supper and Jesus’ sacrifice for us with communion. Jesus was celebrating Passover, a Jewish celebration of God saving his people,…

Wednesday | Holy Week

Jesus & The Sanhedrin by Tiffany Bullington Matthew 26: 14-16, Mark 14:3-11, Luke 22:3-6, Zechariah 11:12-13 What a beautiful, gut-wrenching day. The day before Jesus’ last gathering with His friends, He goes to a dinner party. Mary, Jesus’ dear friend Lazarus’ sister, pours out a fortune onto the feet of Jesus–anointing Him with precious perfume…

Tuesday | Holy Week

Jesus & The Sanhedrin by Jason Bowen Mark 11:27-33, Matthew 21:23-22:39, Luke 21:1-22:2, Daniel 7:13-14  “Now the chief priests and the whole Council were seeking false testimony against Jesus that they might put him to death” Matthew 26:57–63  In a lot of ways Jesus can be seen as the victim of what all is taking…