26 A Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

26 A Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

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Sermon Outline

Mt 26-27; Mk 14-15; Lk 22-23; Jn 13-14, 16-19

  1. A Terrible, Horrible, No good, Very Bad Day
  2. Jesus Bad Day
    1. Betrayal
      1. Judas (Lk 22:3-6, 48)
      2. Other Disciples (Mt 26:56)
      3. Peter (Lk 22:6-61)
    2. False accusation (Mt 26:59-60, Lk 23:2, 20:25)
    3. Injustice in the Courts of Rome (Lk 23:22-25)
    4. Physical Suffering (Mt 27:26, Mk 15:21)
    5. Emotional Taunts
      1. Sanhedrin (Mt 26:67-68)
      2. Soldiers (Mk 15:16-18)
      3. Crowds (Mk 15:29-32)
    6. Death
    7. So how could Jesus live through this day?
  3. Jesus knew 3 things from the Upper Story that gave meaning to the Bad Day of Suffering in the Lower Story
    1. Jesus Knew his time had come and loved own to the end (Jn 13:1, Mt 20:28, Rom 6:3-4, 1Jn 1:7)
    2. Jesus knew all things were under his authority (Jn 13:3, 1 Cor 15:27, Eph 1:22, Jn 19:11, Col 2:13-15, Rom 8:35-37)
    3. Jesus knew he came from God and was returning to God (Jn 13:3, Rom 8:38-39, Rev 5:12)
  4. The same will be true for us. (Jam 5:7-8)

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