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True Identity: Closer Who He Really Is
We are continuing our series on identity. Series on True Identity: Closer Who He Really Is, will help us focus our attention in the lead up to Easter on the question: Who is Jesus? Who is this person, who died as the King of the Jews and whom God resurrected from the dead.
Faced with silence
This week marked the beginning of Lent. Christians have traditionally spent the 40 days before Easter seeking God, sometimes making space to be still before Him by giving up some of the distractions of everyday life. Jesus withdrew from the crowds at his baptism to the wilderness for 40 days, where he was faced with silence, solitude, hunger and temptation. Today we read Matthew 4:1-11 to continue our series asking who is Jesus, why did he need to go through this time of testing, and how might we follow in his footsteps during Lent this year?
Our attention this week focuses on Matthew 3:13–17, when Jesus came from Galilee to the Jordan to be baptized by John. A voice from heaven said, “This is my Son, whom I love; with him I am well pleased.” Join us as we explore what these verses mean for our own lives.
True Identity: Who He Really Is
This Sunday, we are starting a new series, True Identity: Who He Really Is. As we come to understand who He is, we, in turn, come to a deeper appreciation of our own Christian identity. Join us as we explore Mark 4:35-41 when Jesus calms a storm.