1. Litvinenko


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    • A Traitorous Kiss for the Triumphant Savior (Luke 22:47-53) John MacArthur


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      http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/42-274 We find ourselves, this morning, in Luke chapter 22 and I invite you to open your Bible now and turn to that chapter...Luke chapter 22. And we're going to be looking at verses 47 through 53...verses 47 through 53. Let me read the text to you. "And while He was still speaking, behold a multitude came. And the one called Judas, one of the Twelve, was preceding them and he approached Jesus to kiss Him. But Jesus said to him, 'Judas, are you betraying the Son of Man with a kiss?' And when those who were around Him saw what was going to happen, they said, 'Lord, shall we strike with the sword?' And a certain one of them struck the slave of the high priest and cut off his ear, his right ear. But Jesus answered and said, 'Stop, no more of this.' And He touched his ear and healed him. And Jesus said to the chief priest and officers of the temple and elders who had come against Him, 'Have you come out with swords and clubs as against a robber? While I was with you daily in the temple, you did not lay hands on Me. But this hour and the power of darkness are yours.'"...

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      • Sinister Players in the Sovereign Plan of Redemption (Luke 22:1-6) John MacArthur


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        http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/42-267 Open your Bible to Luke chapter 22...Luke chapter 22. I want to read the text before us, the text that we will discuss this morning. Verse 1, Luke 22, "Now the Feast of Unleavened Bread called the Passover was approaching. And the chief priests and the scribes were seeking how they might put Him to death for they were afraid of the people. And Satan entered into Judas who was called Iscariot, belonging to the number of the Twelve. And he went away and discussed with the chief priests and officers how he might betray Him to them. And they were glad and agreed to give him money. And he consented and began seeking a good opportunity to betray Him to them, apart from the multitude." To the superficial reader of the account leading up to the cross of Jesus Christ, it might appear that the architects of this event were none other than the hypocritical religious leaders of Israel, the blackmailed Roman governor Pilate, Judas the betrayer, and behind it all, none other than Satan. To the superficial reader, it might look like this was Satan's plan. And he pulled it off using some of the agents in his kingdom. Remember, Jesus had said in John 8 to the Jewish leaders, "You are of your father, the devil." And Jesus also spoke of Judas as one who was himself a devil. Was it Satan's plan? Did Satan want Jesus dead? Did God have to scramble to try to make something out of this satanic enterprise? Well, that's exactly opposite the truth. Everything happened within the framework of God's will. Everything happened within the boundaries and the parameters of divine purpose....

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        • 2013 Shepherds' Conference (Session 09) John MacArthur


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          http://www.gty.org/video/conferences/CONF-SC13-09 Taken from the 2013 Shepherds' Conference; ©2013 by John MacArthur. For more information, visit www.shepherdsconference.org.

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          • Replacing Judas (Acts 1:12-26) John MacArthur


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            http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/44-5 Let's open the Word of God now to the book of Acts and we're going to look at the section from verse 12 all the way down to the end of the chapter, with the small hope that we would ever be able to cover all of it. And that's perfectly all right. We'll go as far as we need to go. Acts chapter 1, beginning at verse 12. And since I'm not sure how far we're going to go, we'll wait to read it as we go through it. The glorious goal of God and the history of redemption is right on schedule. It always is on schedule, always has been on schedule. And as we are flowing through the book of Acts we have established the fact that redemption has so far had three great elements. First of all, the Old Testament, full of promises which are all yes and amen in Jesus, meaning He is the one who fulfills them all, the whole of the Old Testament moves in the direction of the arrival of Christ. And then the next great movement in redemptive history is the gospels, the four gospels which tell of His arrival and His accomplishment and His departure, which is the fulfillment of the Old Testament and describes the work that He began. Then we come to the book of Acts and this is the next great, sweeping volume in the history of redemption, God's continuing work as the apostles preach the gospel and established churches to gather the believers and equip them to continue to fulfill the Great Commission. And this section goes on being written through all of human history until the return of Christ....

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            • Life on Trial


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              How does God respond to us when we fail Him? Pastor Tim Chaddick preaches from Matthew 26:47-27:10 on how Jesus extends mercy to us in our worst moments.

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              • A Tale of Two Sorrows (Matthew 26-27) John MacArthur


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                http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/90-446 A couple of weeks ago I had the wonderful joy of being at the high school camp, Regeneration camp down in New Mexico with 900 high school kids. Just a delight, just a wonderful time, and I think there were four or five hundred from Grace Church and then others from other churches around the southwest. And I put together a message just for them, just going through some things in my reading in the New Testament, and the Lord kind of laid on my heart a message, and I presented it to them. And they responded very well. And as a result of that, Austin Duncan, who wields a lot of power around here--our high school...our college pastor now...former high school pastor--came to me and said, "You have to preach that at Grace, because you all need to know what your children heard at camp." So I said, "Well if you think I should do that, I'll be glad to. So I'm going to do that this morning. Open your Bible to Matthew chapter 26, Matthew chapter 26. Now one of the real delights in speaking to high school kids is they have the courtesy to talk if they're not interested, which lets you know exactly where you are. You don't have that courtesy; you look like you're interested even when you're bored to death. That's just kind of an adult thing to do. But the feedback from them was wonderful, and it was a privilege and a joy to minister to them for a few days down there. And I have to tell you, you ought to be very thankful for the ministry that so many folks have in the lives of your children and your young people here at Grace Church. The medical doctor that I was referring to earlier, Carlan, has served on high school staff and was there running a triage center for us at high school camp. It's that kind of a camp. It's pretty crazy. And delighted to serve the young people there with his formidable skills. So we are very grateful for the folks that are investing in the lives of the young people here in our church. I know in my own family, I'm deeply grateful for their influence on our children through the years, and our grandchildren....

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                • 01-29-2011 Jerry Lutz: Do You Love Jesus?


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                  While Judas betrayal of Jesus was a truly despicable thing, I think it is Peter's betrayal that was even more hurtful. But while Jesus holds Peter accountable for what he did, he then forgives him.

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                  • Will You Betray or Deny Your Lord John 13


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                    • Joseph 4: Beyond Betrayal


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                      Joseph finds himself in prison feeling betrayed and alone. Series: No Ordinary Joe... from ordinary to extraordinary, the life of Joseph Message 4: "Beyond Betrayal" Lead Pastor, Kenny Hibbard Recorded on Sunday, November 10, 2013

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