- Dr. Erwin W. Lutzer
- Cries From The Cross
- 07:00 p.m.
On Easter Sunday, April 20, the North Park-North Ave and O’Brien’s parking lots will be unavailable for church use. The Piper’s Alley and Chicago History Museum lots will be first come, first served. Please see a parking host next Sunday to be directed to available parking
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Jesus entered triumphantly into Jerusalem among His supporters but was not welcome in the hearts of many—including one man from within His own inner circle. “The Kiss of Judas” brings together the themes of divine sovereignty, human nature and God’s plan of redemption.
Can peace be brought to the Middle East? Is it just possible that negotiations will work? There are some barriers to peace, both rooted in religion: First, Islam teaches that the promises of the land were given to Abraham’s firstborn son, Ishmael, rather than to Isaac. Second, Islam’s doctrine of “sacred space” says that territory once occupied by Islam must be reclaimed by jihad. Yet, in Zechariah 12-14, we have God speaking about the final disposition of the Jews and the land of Israel.
We must remember that (1) our struggle with sin does not end till death and (2) that our real focus should be on developing our relationship with Christ. In the midst of our struggle, God’s grace comes to our rescue, to teach us these lessons.