Pastor Matt Wipperman - March 15, 2015

To the Cross, part 4: Moths and Cockroaches

Light is dangerous if you’re worried about others seeing you. If you use the light to navigate, you’re drawn to it, it is life. Those feeling the weight of their sin and the need for help by the power of God’s Spirit found the Savior, the Light to gravitate toward. Those too proud, unwilling to give up control, and who denied that there could be only one way scurried for the cover of darkness, either by fleeing or by trying to extinguish the light. Are you drawn to the gift? Or do the implications scare you away. Main Text: John 3:14-21

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Lent is the season of preparation for Christ’s death on the cross for our sins and for the sins of the world. During Lent we follow Jesus as He makes His way back to Jerusalem, the Holy city, the center of the delivered promises of the covenant, the Land, and God’s presence with His people in His Temple. During Lent we see Jesus making things right, setting things in order, from healings to clearing out the Temple courtyard, God’s Kingdom comes dramatically in and through Jesus Christ. This is where God’s people reject His only Son, and where Jesus does His proper work of salvation, dieing for all sin. Lent ends with the wages of sin, death, but the death that pays for all sin for all time. But this is not the end, Easter is just 3 days away.

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