by Justin Huffman
The Bible is cross-centered.
The entire book is full of the language of this event — blood, crucify, sacrifice, slay, mortify.
The justice, mercy, wrath, pleasure, humility, jealousy, goodness, and mystery of God all meet in climactic display on the cross. So does the depravity, selfishness, envy, cruelty, and rebellion of humanity.
But more than anything else, we see in the betrayal, trial, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ the sovereignty of God to accomplish His perfect purposes and to secure salvation for His people in spite of all the efforts of all the world against Him.
Join us as Justin Huffman examines, in these four messages from the closing chapters of Matthew, the passion and triumph of Jesus Christ — during His unjust trial, on the wooden cross, and in His victorious resurrection. As was truly said of Him: “He saved others.”