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Themes from the sermon series are reinforced by the daily devotions and refashioned for children in the children’s message. As your entire congregation walks through this Lenten season, each member will dwell on Jesus’ humanity.
“Behold the man!”
Pilate’s command to the crowd at Jesus’ crucifixion speaks an incredible truth—Jesus was indeed man. More specifically, He was God and man, an eternal being inhabiting a human body.
Jesus had a body. He had a nose. Knees. Toes. Bones. Fingerprints. He hungered, prayed, and bled. He had a mother, He drank wine, He was baptized.
This Lenten season, behold the man—the man who suffered, died, and rose again. The man who lived a perfect life and defeated death. The man whose death led to your life.
A God Who Hungers
(Joel 2:12–19; 2 Corinthians 5:20b–6:10;
Matthew 6:1–6, 16–21)
A God Who Prays
(Hebrews 7:20–28; John 17:1–26)
A God Beaten
(Isaiah 52:13–53:12; John 18:19–24)
A God Exposed
(Genesis 3:7–21; John 19:1–5, 23–24)
A God with a Mother
(Revelation 12:1–6; John 19:25–27)
A God Who Thirsts
(Psalm 22:12–18; John 19:28–30)
A God Who Loves
(Exodus 12:1–14; 1 Corinthians 11:23–32; John 13:1–17, 31b–35)
A God Who Bleeds, A God Who Dies
(Isaiah 52:13–53:12; Hebrews 4:14–16; 5:7–9; John 18–19)
A God Who Rises
(Isaiah 65:17–25; 1 Corinthians 15:19–26; John 20:1–18, or Luke 24:1–12)