Some days just count more than others. The day you got married. The day your child was born. The day you can’t forget. But there are some days that count even more than that. Thursday. Friday. Saturday. Easter Sunday. These are the days that counted even more. These are the Four Days That Changed the World.
Pentecost: One More Day that Changed the World
We talked about the meal, the cross, the grave, and the resurrection - but there is one more day that changed the world. In this week's message, we discover that together so that we can go and share the good news of Jesus with the world around us!
Sunday: Jesus is Forever (Easter)
Nothing lasts forever, but Easter tells us that Jesus does. And that fact changes the entire world, not least of all yours. Watch this and see for yourself!
Saturday: Jesus Means Assurance
Where can you go that is outside of God’s reach? The Psalms promise us that there is no such place. Jesus proves it true in his death. He took on our death so that we could be assured of life. This really changes things. In fact, it changes everything.
Friday: Jesus Means Forgiveness
"Look! The Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world!” This is what was said of Jesus at the beginning of his work. At the end of his work we see this Lamb slain to accomplish this very purpose. Listen to why this Friday is so good, and how it changed the world forever.
Thursday: Jesus Means Freedom
The Passover festival was the great celebration remembering how God freed his people from slavery in Egypt, establishing them anew. On the day before his death, Jesus hosted a new kind of Passover meal. This one looked forward to the day God would free the world from slavery in every form – and change the world - forever.