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Peter shows us that the grace of Jesus makes all of our denials and betrayals forgivable.
trial of Innocent Jesus and the trial of Peter to deny Jesus
"Will You Fall Away?" - CLICK THIS LINK TO WATCH VIDEO ==> http://MountainRock.org/Will-You-Fall-Away? - Sunday Sermon by Eldwin Santana - April 6, 2014
This portion of the story of Jesus' life looks at the His betrayal by Judas and His denial by Peter. These two difficult portions of the story are held together on the thread of the Christ's love.
The grace of God stands in stark contrast with the sin of mankind.
Are we awake, alert, keeping watch over our Lord? Or have we fallen asleep? How have we denied our denial?
Peter denied Jesus three times. A man who said he would die for Jesus, who cut off a man's ear to prove his allegiance denied Jesus to others. Why? Peter's hope was not in Jesus's work him but his own ability to believe. The good news of the Gospel is that there is not one moment of our lives that impresses God enough for him to love us. He loves us based on the merit and work of Jesus.
re:peat real January 12, 2014 Text: Acts 2:37-47; I John 1:7-10 Key Thought: Christ pushes us to be real: to reveal the difference He makes in us and in our relationships. 46 They worshiped together at the Temple each day, met in homes for the Lord’s Supper, and shared their meals with great joy and generosity— 47 all the while praising God and enjoying the goodwill of all the people.