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You Think You Had A Bad Week?

You may look back on your week and think of the trials, tasks and goals that were either met, missed, or simply endured.  As Easter approaches, take a moment and to gain some perspective.  Yes, we can have a good week or bad week, but nothing matches the week Jesus had.  Take a look at what He endured for you and I just to have a relationship with us.

Sunday (Triumphant Entry Into Jerusalem)
Monday (Cleansing The Temple)
Tuesday (Controversies With Jewish Leaders)
Wednesday (Rest)
Thursday (Preparation for The Passover)
Friday (Rigged Trial and Crucifixion)
Saturday (Jesus Rests In His Tomb)
Sunday (Jesus Raises From The Dead)

How does your weekly schedule look in comparison to His?

Hebrews 9:28 (NLT)
. . . so also Christ was offered once for all time as a sacrifice to take away the sins of many people. He will come again, not to deal with our sins, but to bring salvation to all who are eagerly waiting for him.

Take time this week to keep in mind the great life changing work Christ did for you and those who will call on His name. Spend some time in prayer, reading the Easter story and spending time with other believers in worship! Turn your bad week into a life changing week!

Homeland Park Baptist Church Easter Worship Celebration
March 27th, 2016
Beginning at 10:30 am with Bible Study Groups at 9:30 am
Come here Christ lifted up through music with our Choir, Praise Team and Instrumentalists.

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