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Reflecting on the Work and the Storyline of the Bible
The church has historically followed the storyline of Scripture by marking Advent, Lent and Pentecost. Lent is a time to remember and reflect on the work of Jesus Christ - His vicarious, voluntary and victorious provision on our behalf. Enter into the story of God. Reflect on the magnitude of his sacrifice for you. Celebrate the victory His resurrection brought.

02.21.10 Why the Rebel Must Die Matt. 16:24-28 Why the Rebel Must Die (Matt. 16:24-28) Why the Rebel Must Die (Matt. 16:24-28) Why the Rebel Must Die (Matt. 16:24-28) Why the Rebel Must Die (Matt. 16:24-28)
02.28.10 Why the Provision Must Die Isa. 53:4-6 Why the Provision Must Die (Isa. 53:4-6) Why the Provision Must Die (Isa. 53:4-6) Why the Provision Must Die (Isa. 53:4-6) Why the Provision Must Die (Isa. 53:4-6)
03.14.10 Why the Rebel Must Come John 6:47-58 Why the Rebel Must Come (John 6:47-58) Why the Rebel Must Come (John 6:47-58) Why the Rebel Must Come (John 6:47-58) Why the Rebel Must Come (John 6:47-58)
03.21.10 Why the Church Must Gather Heb. 10:19-25 Why the Church Must Gather (Heb. 10:19-25) Why the Church Must Gather (Heb. 10:19-25) Why the Church Must Gather (Heb. 10:19-25) Why the Church Must Gather (Heb. 10:19-25)
03.28.10 Why the King Must Come Mark 11:1-11 Why the King Must Come (Mark 11:1-11) Why the King Must Come (Mark 11:1-11) Why the King Must Come (Mark 11:1-11) Why the King Must Come (Mark 11:1-11)
04.01.10 (Maundy Thursday) Why the Master Must Serve Mark 14:12-31 Why the Master Must Serve (Mark 14:12-31)
04.02.10 (Good Friday) Why the Lamb Must Die Mark 15:1-47 Why the Lamb Must Die (Mark 15:1-47) Why the Lamb Must Die (Mark 15:1-47)
04.04.10 (Easter) Why the Church Must Celebrate Mark 16:1-8 Why the Church Must Celebrate (Mark 16:1-8) Why the Church Must Celebrate (Mark 16:1-8) Why the Church Must Celebrate (Mark 16:1-8)

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