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Luke 22:19

Luke 22:19

The Lamb, Who was slain from the foundation of the world, meekly stood before His disciples on this unique Passover of all Passovers, to proclaim This is My body, which is given for you. Do this in remembrance of Me.  Year after years since the miraculous exodus from Egypt, the people of Israel had taken a little innocent – spotless lamb and slain it on the altar of sacrifice, before the God of Israel – as a picture of the promised Messiah, Who was to read more...

Luke 22:27

Luke 22:27

The Lord Jesus was sent by God to be the suffering Servant for the sin of mankind and throughout His earthly life He became the perfect example of dignity, greatness, humility and gracious service.

Imagine the scene - Jesus knew that the hour of His death had arrived when He would be despised and rejected of men, betrayed, denied and deserted by His closest friends and slain on a cross as Israel's Passover Lamb.. and the read more...

Luke 22:31

Luke 22:31

There is so much comfort in these words for all believers and much to learn as well. Job, Paul and Simon Peter are all examples of men that Satan sought to sift as wheat, but the enemy does not have carte-blanche authority to ‘sift’ or harm any believer.

Satan must seek permission from God if he is going to try your faith or mine, or indeed the faith or any particular believer, by inflicting trials and read more...

Luke 22:32

Luke 22:32

The enemy is a roaring lion seeking whom he may devour and eks to sift all God’s children like wheat. However, he has to ask God’s permission and God is faithful; and will not let any one of us be tempted beyond what we can bear. But what is so special is that the Lord Jesus, as a man understand out weaknesses but as God, He is both omniscient and omnipotent - and He intercedes for us in the heavenly places - so that our faith will not fail. We see Christ’s read more...

Luke 22:42

Luke 22:42

In the final moments before being handed over to be crucified the Lord Jesus was found earnestly praying to His Father about His forthcoming betrayal and crucifixion.. Jesus had called His weary disciples to be earnest in prayer as well - so that they would not fall into temptation. And as the appointed time for the work of redemption drew ever closer, the Lord Jesus is found on His face beseeching the Father: if you are willing, remove this cup from Me.. read more...