He Chose the Nails - What God Did To Win Your Heart

He Chose the Nails - What God Did To Win Your Heart

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He Chose the Nails - What God Did To Win Your Heart
  • He Chose the Nails, Session 1, He Chose to Be One of Us

    Lent is not so much a season of guilt or giving something up as it is a time to be intentional about preparing to receive joy and good things from God. One of the gifts of Easter is the *crown of thorns.* God transformed it from a mock crown of pain and shame to a true crown of victory and glory.

  • He Chose the Nails, Session 2, He Chose to Forgive Us

    The next gift of Easter is the *nails.* It wasn't the angry mob, the religious leaders, or the Roman soldiers who crucified Jesus. It was Jesus himself who chose the nails. The nails in the cross show us the lengths to which God will go to cover our sins and restore our relationship with him.

  • He Chose the Nails, Session 3, He Chose to Invite Us into His Presence

    The *robe* is the next gift of Easter. In exchange for our garments of sin, Jesus gave us his robe of seamless perfection, a symbol of the righteousness that gives us access to God's presence. Jesus broke the sin barrier that separated us from God at the moment of his death; and in a dramatic con...

  • He Chose the Nails, Session 4, He Chose to Love Us Forever

    The *cross* was a gift from God. It provides us with two kinds of sanctification. *Positional sanctification* is Christ's work *for* us, crediting us with the achievement of Jesus' sacrifice. *Progressive sanctification* is Christ's work *in* us, making us more like him. We can't be more saved th...

  • He Chose the Nails, Session 5, He Chose to Give Us Victory

    The final gift of Easter is the *empty grave clothes.* God took a token of tragedy and turned it into a symbol of triumph. We all face tragedy and hardships, but the promise of the empty grave clothes is that God is always at work to bring victory and new life, even from the rags of death.