When Jesus hung on a Roman cross 2,000 years ago, the fate of humanity hung with him. Each gasp from His lungs proved more important than the last. Each held eternal significance. Would He give in? Would he decide we weren't worth dying for? In this message Stephen shows us how the Lamb's last words answered that question forever.
03 - The Lamb's Last Words
February 12, 1995 • Stephen Davey • John 19:25–30
01 - The Verdict of Rome
December 18, 1994 • Stephen Davey • John 18:29—19:15
It's a well-known fact that the Jews were ultimately responsible for Christ's death, isn't? After all, He was their Messiah and they gave Him up to Rome to be crucified. But in this message Stephen reveals that the Jews didn't kill Jesus . . . we all did.
02 - Death by Crucifixion
February 5, 1995 • Stephen Davey • John 19:15–24
Jesus Christ was not nailed to the cross so that you could add Him to your self-righteous list of church attendances, donations, good deeds, and all the other gods you hope will take you to heaven! He hung on the cross as your substitute -- bearing the wrath of God in your place. Your list isn't long enough to atone for your sin. Only Christ can do that.
04 - Saturday's Sorrow
March 5, 1995 • Stephen Davey • John 19:38–42
Death always comes too swiftly. And no matter how much time we thought we had with that loved one, there's always so much left unsaid. In this message, Stephen introduces us to two men who were haunted by their failure to publicly acknowledge Jesus Christ before He died. Their story will challenge us to profess our love for Christ and for each other now so that we will have no regrets later.