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Easter at TLC 2015 (3 Services)

April 5, 2015 9 00 -14400

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    Countdown to #EasterAtTLC:

    Take some time to pray tonight about those that the Holy Spirit is placing in your heart to invite. Ask Him for opportunities to speak to them and pray for boldness to invite them to come. Also pray that their hearts will be fertile soil to receive God's free gift of life in Jesus.

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    Love came down and rescued me
    Love came down and set me free
    I am Yours
    I am forever Yours

    //Love Came Down - Bethel Music

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    As we read in the book of John, chapter 12, Jesus entered into the holy city amidst the celebration and joyous shouting of "Hosanna, Hosanna" as palm branches were placed on the road before him. From the sermon "Better Than Stones", we looked at the three groups of people that witness Jesus' arrival. Each with a different perspective.

    The first group was the CROWD. This group had a "I get what I want" perspective. They were desperately looking for someone who would deliver them from the reign of the romans. Only acting out of their own needs, they came looking for what could give them.

    The second group were the RELIGIOUS LEADERS. They brought a "I control what I want" perspective. To them, Jesus threatened the religious system that they had benefited from. He threatened their control.

    The last group were the DISCIPLES. Since the beginning of Jesus' ministry, they had been held back from sharing the wonder of Jesus. The entry into Jerusalem represented the moment when they would finally be acknowledged and recognized. They failed to see the significance of what was happening. They sought out fanfare. They too, expected a human victory, and not a divine, heavenly victory that would be realized with the death and resurrection of Jesus.

    During this holy week, please take some time in the word and read the whole story as we prepare to celebrate Easter!

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