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Consequences of Unbelief (Luke 23:13-25)

The conclusion of Jesus’ trial reveals three natural consequences of unbelief: (1) the violation of justice; (2) the distortion of grace; and (3) the erosion of authority. These problems are still evident in society today, but Jesus is the ultimate solution for them. This sermon is Part 2 of “The

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Worship@CalvaryEast – March 22, 2020

Resources Song Lyrics Note Sheet Kids Notes Response Form Order of Worship Scripture Reading & Prayer (Revelation 21:3-4) “Bound for Glory” by Eddie Hoagland, Hank Bentley, & Jon Guerra “O the Deep Deep Love of Jesus” by Samuel Trevor Francis & Thomas John Williams “Here’s My Heart” by Chris Tomlin, Jason Ingram, &

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Tactics of Unbelief (Luke 23:1-12)

Luke’s account of Jesus’s trial shows us three tactics of unbelief in response to the character of Jesus: (1) accusing the innocent; (2) avoiding the truth; and (3) mocking the holy. The people involved do not simply refuse to believe. They overreact. They attempt to minimize the importance of Jesus

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Worship@CalvaryEast – March 15, 2020

Handouts Song Lyrics Note Sheet Kids Notes Order of Worship Scripture Reading & Prayer (Philippians 4:4-9) “In Tenderness He Sought Me” by W. Spencer Dalton & Nate Garvey “Our Great Savior” by J. Wilbur Chapman “Jesus We Love You” by Paul McClure, Hannah McClure, & Kalley Heiligenthal “Speak O Lord”

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Failures of the Faithful (Luke 22:54-62)

Luke reveals six different failures that each play a part in Peter’s denial of Christ. He was failing in (1) proclamation; (2) separation; (3) relationship; (4) fellowship; (5) explanation; and (6) expectation. These failures are not necessarily sinful in and of themselves, but they can ultimately lead a genuine believer

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Unmasking Betrayal (Luke 22:47-53)

As Jesus is arrested in Gethsemane, he exposes three ways that people mask the treachery in their hearts: (1) affection; (2) aggression; and (3) authority. Understanding these deceptive behaviors equips us to be discerning as we interact with people who might not be what they seem and gives us the

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Praying before the Storm (Luke 22:39-46)

We can draw four guidelines about prayer from how Jesus prays in Gethsemane. We should pray (1) as a habitual practice; (2) with a spiritual focus; (3) in honest submission; and (4) in earnest dependence. This sermon is part 5 of “The Betrayal of Jesus,” Bryan Craddock’s verse-by-verse Bible teaching

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Bracing for Betrayal (Luke 22:31-38)

Before they leave the Upper Room to head to the garden of Gethsemane, Jesus communicates five thoughts to help the apostles brace for Judas’s betrayal: (1) the demands of Satan; (2) the intercession of Jesus; (3) the weakness of the believer; (4) the blessing of repentance; and (5) the balance

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