‘Why have you Forsaken Me?’ by Rev. Songram Keshari Singh (Good Friday, Odia), 10-04-2020

Due to COVID – 19, we are locked down in our homes. But, Praise God that we can worship HIM online in our homes. The Good Friday Odia Service was presided by Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani and we had our Pastor Rev. Songram Keshari Singh sharing God’s Word. The Scripture portion was taken from Matthew 27:45-49 and the theme was ‘Why have you Forsaken Me?’. When Jesus took all our sins on His behalf, he was all alone. He is crying out to God, Why have you forsaken me Lord? 1) There was darkness around the Cross: There was a …

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‘Significance of Christ’s Death’ by Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani (Good Friday, English), 10-04-2020

Due to COVID – 19, we are lock down in our homes. But, Praise God that we can worship online in our homes. The Good Friday English Service was presided by Rev. Songram Keshari Singh and we had our Pastor Rev. Dr. Ayub Chhinchani sharing God’s Word. The Scripture portion is taken from Romans 3:23-26 and the theme is ‘Significance of the Death of Christ’. Please let us remember that His death was pre-determined in eternity. There are 3 things we see in the Death of Christ on the Cross: 1) To turn away God’s wrath. 2) To demonstrate God’s …

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God will ever turn His back on you

Hebrews 13:5 …He Himself has said, “I will never leave you nor forsake you.” For six whole hours, the Son of God was suspended between heaven and earth. And at the height of His suffering on the cross, He cried out in the deep darkness, “My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me?” (Matthew 27:45–46). For the first time, Jesus addressed His Father as “God.” The Father had forsaken the Son. As Judge of the universe, God had to turn His back on His Son, who was carrying the filth of the world’s sins, for His eyes are too …

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