Behold the Man!

March 25, 2018 • 11:00 am

Scripture: John 19:1–6

Speaker: Pastor Miguel Betancourt II

Series: Palm Sunday

An ocean of meaning is found in the simple, short statement Pilate gave to the angry crowd: "Behold the Man!" (19:5b). Whenever Christ is presented, the same three responses given then are given today. But there is a fourth response each of us should give as Christ is presented to us.


Part of the series:

Palm Sunday

March 25, 2018 • 11:00 am

Behold the Man!

Scripture: John 19:1–6

Speaker: Pastor Miguel Betancourt II

Series: Palm Sunday

Synopsis: As Christ is presented to you, how do you see Him? What do you see in Him? "Behold the Man!" (John 19:5).

March 25, 2018 • 5:00 pm

The Effects of the Cross

Scripture: Luke 23:46–49

Speaker: Pastor Miguel Betancourt II

Series: Palm Sunday

Synopsis: What effect has the Cross of Christ had upon your life?

April 14, 2019 • 11:00 am

The Character and Coming of the King

Scripture: Matthew 21:1–11

Speaker: Pastor Miguel Betancourt II

Series: Palm Sunday

Synopsis: Matthew 21:10b asks a thought-provoking question about Christ to which we must all give answer: "Who is this?" Your view of Christ directly impacts/shapes how you live life and what you do with and do for Christ. On that first Palm Sunday long ago, our text introduces us to "The Character and Coming of the King." Here are three important lessons we should learn from our text today.

April 14, 2019 • 5:30 pm

A Look at the Cross

Scripture: Luke 23:32–38

Speaker: Pastor Miguel Betancourt II

Series: Palm Sunday

Synopsis: Passion week climaxes with the crucifixion of Christ. The cross of Christ is not only the central fact of history, but it is also the central theme of Scripture. That being the case, we should not be surprised that Hebrews 12:1 admonishes us to "look unto Jesus...who endured the cross." It is good for saved sinners to look at the Cross in order that our love, appreciation and gratitude might be rekindled. It is good for unsaved sinners to look at the cross so the sight of the sacrificial Lamb of God might rescue their souls from sin's penalty. As we look tonight at Luke 23, there are four things we need to see as we "Look at the Cross."