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Propitiation: God's Not Angry At You - Various - Mar 5, 1995 - 378

You never know where you are going to find spiritual truth. I found some the other day in the pages of USA Today. It was about a month ago during the height of the questions surrounding Newt Gingrich’s book deal. They published an article by former Speaker of the House, Jim Wright. You may rem ... More

Dice in the Prayer Meeting: Making Tough Decisions with God's Help - Acts 1:21-26 - May 3, 1998 - 640

4 … 9 … 30 … 34 … 48 … 8. Do you know what those numbers mean? Frank and Shirley Capaci of Streamwood know because those numbers won them $104 million this week in the largest lottery in American history. On Tuesday and Wednesday millions of people in 20 states ... More

Where Grace and Wrath Meet: What the Cross Meant to God - Romans 3:24-26 - Feb 21, 1999 - 671

Easter comes in just six weeks. In order to prepare our hearts we are going to take the five weeks leading up to Palm Sunday to focus on the cross of Christ. I do not intend to repeat the details of what happened on Good Friday. Most of us know the story very well. Instead I want to ask what happene ... More

He Became Sin for Us: What the Cross Meant to Christ - 2 Corinthians 5:21 - Feb 28, 1999 - 672

“God made him who had no sin to be sin for us, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God” (2 Corinthians 5:21). This is one of the most magnificent verses in the all the Bible. Spurgeon called it the heart of the gospel. It is the gospel in one verse. Everything you need to k ... More

Where Grace and Wrath Meet - Romans 3:24-26 - Mar 19, 2012 - 1306

Why did Jesus have to die? That may be the most important question facing this generation. No one can truly understand the Christian faith without knowing the answer to that question. Note the emphasis of the question. It is not, “Did Jesus die?” or even “Why did Jesus die?” ... More

The Suffering Substitute - Isaiah 53:4-6 - Apr 2, 2014 - 1506

Why did Jesus die?   Thoughtful people have pondered that question for 2000 years. When we read the gospels, the record looks something like this:   He was a good man, a very good man who went about doing good. Even his enemies testified to his integrity. He couldn’t be bribed or pre ... More

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