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  1. Voodootaur Reply
    Apr 14,  · Pilate could have set Jesus free, but he didn’t. Pilate has just as much guilt in this whole event as everyone else – the Jewish leaders, Judas Iscariot, and even the crowd that demanded the crucifixion – they were all guilty. All the people who were guilty were the ones who spoke during the trial. Jesus – the innocent one – did not.
  2. Ararr Reply
    What Jesus Did! is a series of one-year devotional guides through each gospel, using one short scripture passage each day and following the Gospel in sequential order. Each devotional consists of a scripture passage and a reflection and a prayer which open up the day's scripture and show how it challenges you to live for Jesus.
  3. Fenrinos Reply
    Nov 14,  · He just put Himself in my place (O bless His name!) This is the Gospel story, To Jesus the glory, He just put Himself in my place. 2 O, He felt all my load in the garden, My guilt He did carry on.
  4. Zolom Reply
    And he personally bore our sins in his own body on the cross, so that we might be dead to sin and be alive to all that is good. It was the suffering that he bore which has healed you. You had wandered away like so many sheep, but now you have returned to the shepherd and guardian of your souls.
  5. Niktilar Reply
    John But to all who did receive Him, to those who believed in His name, He gave the right to become children of God--John While He was in Jerusalem at the Passover Feast, many people saw the signs He was doing and believed in His name.
  6. Akizragore Reply
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  7. Mizahn Reply
    1 I trust in God wherever I may be, Upon the land or on the rolling sea; For come what may, from day to day, My heav'nly Father watches over me. Refrain: I trust in God, I know he cares for me, On mountain bleak or on the stormy sea; Though billows roll, he keeps my soul, My heav'nly Father watches over me. 2 He makes the rose an object of his.
  8. Arashisida Reply
    Jesus has not come to abolish the Mosaic law (or the Prophets), but to fulfill it. He does not disagree with “it is written” in vv. 21–48, but with “you have heard” (vv. 21, 27, 33, 38, 43; see also v. 31). Jesus critiques mistaken interpretations of Scripture, not the written words themselves.