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Special Prophecy Update “Encourage One Another” Ephesians 4:16-5:11 – June 18th, 2017

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Puiu Chibici – Se-aude sus pe cer

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Din grădina Învierii

4:19 / 4:26

 O ce valuri de indurare Speranta

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It’s Friday… But Sunday’s  Coming!

No matter what you are facing… Sunday’s Coming

Jesus crucifixion is one of betrayal. Denial. Cowardice. Envy. Hate. Brutality. Suffering. Despair. Defeat. Death.

Yet, Christians celebrate the cross because the story does not end on that fateful Friday. It does not end at the cross. The irony of the cross was the very instrument Jesus’ enemies used to defeat Him became His greatest victory. Little did they know when Friday ended what would happen on Sunday to change the course of the world’s history.

And so in the spirit of this theme, I want to share a part of that famous sermon by Lockridge. As you read this, just remember that regardless of what today brings. Regardless of today’s problems. Challenges. Or defeats. Just remember that Sunday’s coming! And that you will enjoy the privilege of celebrating the resurrection of Jesus. Communing with Him and fellow saints. And beginning a new week with renewed vision, vigor and vitality.

I know it’s Friday. But thanks be to God that Sunday’s coming!

It’s Friday. Jesus is praying. Peter’s a sleeping.
Judas is betraying. But Sunday’s comin’.

It’s Friday. Pilate’s struggling. The council is conspiring.
The crowd is vilifying. They don’t even know that Sunday’s comin’.

It’s Friday. The disciples are running Like sheep without a shepherd.
Mary’s crying. Peter is denying. But they don’t know that Sunday’s a comin’.

It’s Friday. The Romans beat my Jesus. They robe him in scarlet.
They crown him with thorns. But they don’t know that Sunday’s comin’.

It’s Friday. See Jesus walking to Calvary.
His blood dripping. His body stumbling. And his spirit’s burdened.
But you see, it’s only Friday. Sunday’s comin’.

It’s Friday. The world’s winning. People are sinning. And evil’s grinning.

It’s Friday. The soldiers nail my Savior’s hands to the cross.
They nail my Savior’s feet to the cross.
And then they raise him up Next to criminals.

It’s Friday. But let me tell you something, Sunday’s comin’.

It’s Friday. The disciples are questioning. What has happened to their King.
And the Pharisees are celebrating that their scheming has been achieved.
But they don’t know It’s only Friday. Sunday’s comin’.

It’s Friday. He’s hanging on the cross. Feeling forsaken by his Father.
Left alone and dying. Can nobody save him?
Ooooh It’s Friday. But Sunday’s comin’.

It’s Friday. The earth trembles. The sky grows dark.
My King yields his spirit.

It’s Friday. Hope is lost. Death has won.
Sin has conquered
and Satan’s just a laughin’.

It’s Friday. Jesus is buried. A soldier stands guard.
And a rock is rolled into place. But it’s Friday.
It is only Friday. Sunday is a comin’!

–Ken Weliever, The Preacherman

–The voice for Sunday’s Comin’ is Pastor John L. Jefferson.

–The video was purchased from http://www.ignitermedia.com.

Are you ready? Are you ready?
The Good News is, it’s Friday, but... SUNDAY’S COMING!

No matter what you are facing… Sunday’s a Coming!
I’m glad that I am connected to the Lord!

It is Good Friday and Easter Sunday is coming!

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VERSE 1:
Down the Vía Dolorosa in Jerusalem that day
The soldiers tried to clear the narrow street
But the crowd pressed in to see
The Man condemned to die on Calvary

VERSE 2:
He was bleeding from a beating, there were stripes upon His back
And He wore a crown of thorns upon His head
And He bore with every step
The scorn of those who cried out for His death

CHORUS:
Down the Vía Dolorosa called the way of suffering
Like a lamb came the Messiah, Christ the King,
But He chose to walk that road out of
His love for you and me.
Down the Via Dolorosa, all the way to Calvary.

VERSE 1 (Spanish):
Por la Vía Dolorosa, triste día en Jerusalén
Los soldados le abrían paso a Jesús.
Más la gente se acercaba,
Para ver al que llevaba aquella cruz.

CHORUS (Spanish):
Por la Vía Dolorosa, que es la via del dolor
Como oveja vino Cristo, Rey y Señor,
Y fue Él quien quiso ir por su amor por ti y por mí.
Por la Vía Dolorosa al Calvario y a morir.

BRIDGE:
The blood that would cleanse the souls of all men
Made its way through the heart of Jerusalem.

CHORUS:
Down the Vía Dolorosa called the way of suffering
Like a lamb came the Messiah, Christ the King
But He chose to walk that road out of His love for you and me
Down the Vía Dolorosa, all the way to Calvary.

Jos în Via Dolorosa, Ierusalime uitatPe stradutele inguste cu soldati Multimea se uita ca sa vada  Pe Isus Cel condamnat. Sangerand de lovituri Urca dealul Golgotei  Iar pe frunte spinii crustra slava-adanc Pas cu pas Isus zdrobea  Dispretul celor ce L-au rastignit.R: Jos in Via Dolorosa, Drumul greu de suferinti, Ca un Miel dus la junghiere, a patimit Alagand acest destin din dragoste pentru min’ si tin’ Jos în Via Dolorosa drumul greu de suferinti. 2. Inspre drumul de durere  Stau privind ades si eu  Cum Isus sub crucea grea  E-n locul meu. El a fost crucificat  Si-n palma Sa iertarea ne-a sapat. C: Si Sangele ce-a curs  Spaland pacatul meu Imi pregateste loc  In noul Ierusalim.

 

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