This past weekend, I had the privilege of being invited to preach at Omaha Memorial Church, a very diverse church community (over 30 different countries represented) from the Seventh-day Adventist faith. I spoke about the topic I believe is of utmost importance for all people to understand, and although it was very brief and I […]
…Yet from this torture and during this capital punishment, while “sitting in the electric chair” if you will, he asked His Father for these people to be forgiven. He loved humanity and the universe enough to endure torture and execution, unspeakable shame and ridicule. It was love that led Him to Calvary, but on the other side it was orchestrated by the powers of evil.
Advent should encourage us and motivate us to think that once Christ came into the world, all the hopes of Israel came, but they came gently and quietly in the form of a baby.