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Six Hours One Friday — He is Risen!

Six Hours One Friday — He is Risen!

He is not here; He has risen! Remember how He told you, while He was still with you in Galilee: “The Son of Man must be delivered over to the hands of sinners, be crucified and on the third day be raised again.” Then they remembered His words. — Luke 24:6-8 God is at His

Six Hours One Friday Online Bible Study Week Five — Let’s Celebrate!

It is finished. ~ Jesus. God has been known to plan a celebration in a cemetery. ~ Max Welcome to our final week of the Six Hours One Friday Online Bible Study! Thank you for joining us on this journey as we’ve prepared our hearts for the Holy Week. Together, we’ve delved into the meaning

Six Hours One Friday Online Bible Study Week Four — Your Death Is Not Final

Anchor Point 3: My Death Is Not Final O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory? — 1 Corinthians 14:55 Don’t cry? Don’t cry? What kind of request is that?.. It’s a request only God can make. ~ Max Lucado Welcome back to another week of the Six Hours One Friday

Six Hours One Friday Online Bible Study Week 3 — Cristo Redentor

Then He stooped down again and wrote in the dust. — John 8:8 My failures are not fatal. ~ Max Lucado Welcome to week three, the half-way point of the Six Hours One Friday Online Bible Study with Max Lucado! Have you ever been caught red-handed, just gob-smacking guilty, whole body in the cookie jar,

Six Hours One Friday Online Bible Study Week 2 — Two Tombstones

I am the Messiah. ~ Jesus to the Samaritan woman You’ve wanted to take off your mask. You’ve wanted to stop pretending. You’ve wondered what God would do if you opened your cobweb covered door of secret sin. ~ Max Lucado Welcome to week two of the Six Hours One Friday Online Bible Study with

It’s No Normal Friday

The bright noonday sun casts a common shadow for the Judean countryside. It’s the black silhouette of a shepherd standing near his fat-tailed flock. He stares at the clear sky, searching for clouds. There are none. He looks back at his sheep. They graze lazily on the rocky hillside. An occasional sycamore provides shade. He

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