From the Upper Room to the Empty Tomb
The journey of Jesus to the cross actually began the moment he left the glory of heaven to enter the womb of a young virgin. And for the thirty-three years following his birth, virtually everything Jesus did was preparing either himself or the rest of the world for what would happen at Calvary. In this series of messages leading up to Easter Sunday we will focus on the final hours before his crucifixion and the journey Jesus took from the upper room to the empty tomb. For seven weeks we are going to journey with Jesus to seven different locations that He encountered during the passion week – the week culminating in the crucifixion and His resurrection. It is a journey that reveals his love, grace, sacrifice, and power in a way that should inspire us all to journey deeper with him like never before!
The Upper Room: A Place of Bonding
Gethsemane: A Place of Prayer
The Courtyard of Caiaphas: A Place of Hypocrisy
Pilate's Palace: A Place of Injustice
Golgotha: A Place of Atonement
The Grave: A Place of Despair
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