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The Man Of Love

All who are on the side of truth listen to My voice

Isaiah 52:13-53:12; Psalm 31:2,6,12-13,15-17,25; Hebrews 4:14-16;5:7-9; John 18:1-19:42

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Scripture Summary John 18:37

Years ago, an American film called "The World In Darkness" told the story of an archaeologist who was excavating in Jerusalem, near the Mount Calvary area. One day he announced that he had discovered the tomb where Jesus had been laid — but it was not empty. In it, he said, was a mummified corpse, which he put on exhibition. People crowded to see the corpse, and the news that Christ had not risen from the dead quickly spread around the world. Whereupon, everything that bore Christ's Name or trace of His memory, was doomed to extinction. Churches and cathedrals were closed, then demolished. Monasteries were emptied of their monks. Missionaries were withdrawn from their territories. New Testaments and crosses were burned. The world was plunged into a state of incredible gloom and depression. The world was in deep shock. Christianity could not endure apart from the Mystery of the Resurrection. Finally, in the midst of this spiritual darkness, the archaeologist confessed on his deathbed that he had told a lie; the tomb had been empty!

It is through the eyes of our Resurrection faith that we catch our ultimate glimpse of the truth of God's Love. In the Lord Jesus, God became one of us to tell us that He loves us with a love strong enough to defeat even death itself. God became one of us to tell us that not even death can prevent us from becoming the loving persons He made us to be.

An aspiring musician greeted his old violin teacher one morning. "What's the good news today?" the student asked.

The old man went over to a tuning fork that was suspended by a cord and struck it. "That, my friend, is an ‘A,’” he said. "It was an ‘A’ all day yesterday. It is an ‘A’ today. It will be an ‘A’ tomorrow, next week, and for a thousand thousand years. The soprano upstairs warbles off key. The tenor next door flats his high notes. The piano across the hall is out of tune. There is discord and disharmony all around me. But that, [...]


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