My original intention for this session was to cover not only the horror and shame of the Crucifixion, but to examine how Jesus' death procured our salvation, specifically. God had other ideas. After just six pages of notes, having looked at what Jesus endured for us - the pain, the mockery, the shame, the curse - God moved so tangibly amongst us that we were forced to stop.
We spent the rest of the meeting in prayer and worship, giving thanks to God for what he did for us. It was a beautiful time. It was truly 'Theology That Sings'!
So God interrupted my designs - but that's more than fine. You can click here to read how we'll do the next few weeks a little differently in response.
In the meantime, find notes from yesterday's shorter session below - as well as a couple of songs played during our time of worship.
Second year TTS students - click here for the S11 notes!
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