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  • The Sanhedrin Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Jul 6, 2022

    Moses and the Israelites were commanded by God to establish courts of judges who were given full authority over the people of Israel

    The Sanhedrin The Sanhedrin (Hebrew:'sitting together,' hence 'assembly' or 'council') was an assembly of either twenty-three or seventy-one elders (known as "rabbis" after the destruction of the Second Temple), appointed to sit as a tribunal in every city in more

  • The Sanhedrin's Inquiry

    Contributed by Jeff Hughes on Feb 2, 2008
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    The Sanhedrin questions one of their own who has returned.

    I. PRAYER II. Introduction a. In Cambodia during the 1970’s, Hiam and his family were rounded by the Communists for being Christians. "Bad Blood" they were called. They were tied together and made to lie on the ground all night. The next morning, they were told to dig their own grave, which more

  • Paul Preaching To The Sanhedrin Series

    Contributed by Brad Beaman on Feb 6, 2022

    Paul’s arrest in Jerusalem marked a new term of his work. He completed his third Journey and now his next Journey from Jerusalem to Rome would be in chains. He would address powerful leaders, the High Priest, Felix, Festus, King Agrippa and on to appeal to Caesar.

    Context of Paul to Sanhedrin Paul had finished his third missionary journey and was in Jerusalem and explaining to the Jerusalem leaders all that had happened through the Lord to the gentiles. Paul was led to Jerusalem by the Holy Spirit, but Paul was also anticipating troubles in Jerusalem more

  • Paul Before The Sanhedrin Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on May 23, 2017
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    Paul is now a Prisoner, and we will follow his life as a prisoner. From this point on we find Paul defending himself and his ministry. He will appear before several rulers. Because the Jews are plotting his death, he will be taken down to Caesarea.

    April 1, 2015 Acts of the Apostles By: Tom Lowe Lesson: IV.E.5: Paul Before the Sanhedrin (23:1-10) Acts 23:1-10 (KJV) more

  • Sanhedrin Challenges Jesus Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Mar 31, 2018

    Jesus had spoken with authority on matters, which they considered their responsibility. He did not challenge their right to question Him, but He did oppose their hypocrisy and insincerity in such questioning.

    -Tuesday- Jerusalem Sanhedrin Challenges Jesus: Answered by Parables: Two Sons, Wicked Husbandmen, and Marriage Feast (Is. 5:1, 2) Mark 11:27-12:12, Matthew 21:23-22:14(focal passage), Luke 20:1-19 Matthew 21:23-22:14 23 Now more

  • Jesus In Front Of The Sanhedrin

    Contributed by Paul Arnold on Apr 23, 2018
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    A short homily on Jesus words in front of the Sanhedrin in Mark 14:53-65

    So here Jesus stands, alone, abandoned, facing his accusers who want nothing other than to see him dead and their order restored. Smeared with false allegations that don’t deserve an answer, and then the one question that matters…Are you the Messiah, the son of the Blessed One? “I AM” the simple more

  • Jesus Professes ... The Sanhedrin Permits Series

    Contributed by Allan Quak on Mar 7, 2016
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    Jesus is in the wrong hands with the wrong attitudes and wrong justice, yet this is necessary

    Message Matthew 26:57-68 Jesus Professes ... The Sanhedrin Permits Have you ever looked at a situation and thought to yourself, “That’s just wrong!!”. (put up some pictures to give an example) There are all sorts of situations that fit into the “That’s just wrong” category … aren’t there. Some more

  • Trial Of Paul By Sanhedrin Series

    Contributed by Rev. Dr. Andrew B Natarajan on Sep 11, 2021

    The world looks down on the gospel workers, evangelists and servants of Christ as useless and worthless persons to live on the earth. On some occasions, even the believers are ill-treating servants of God.

    Acts 22:22-23:11 Paul Tried by Sanhedrin 22:22-29 Citizenship Privileges 22:30-23:11 Trial by Sanhedrin Acts 22:22-29 Citizenship Privileges The world looks down on the gospel workers, evangelists and servants of Christ as useless and worthless persons to live on the earth. On some occasions, more

  • The Sanhedrin – The Cruelty Of Injustice (3/12) Series

    Contributed by Eduardo (Eddie) Fernandes on Jun 17, 2020

    Life is harsh, people are often cruel, and accusations leveled at the innocent are crippling and inhumane. What can we learn from the Master when evil surrounds us? How do we handle betrayal and condemnation? We learn from Jesus as He faced opposition.

    Message by: Tom Clark Introduction: Slide 1 (Title of Series) Good morning, Church. I hope you, like I, have been enjoying and gaining some wonderful insights from our current 12-part series derived from the Stations of the Cross. At the first station, the Last Supper, we learned about our need more

  • Stephens Sermon Part 2 Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Mar 24, 2017

    “The time of the promise” refers to the passage of four hundred years from the day God gave the promise to Abraham until he delivered the seed of Abraham from their affliction and servitude in Egypt, and later brought them into the the land of Canaan....

    January 15, 2014 By: Tom Lowe Title: Stephen’s Sermon (7:1-53) Part 2: verses 15-36 Commentary 15 So Jacob went down into Egypt, and died, he, and our fathers, So Jacob went down into Egypt. He went into Egypt at the more

  • Stephens Sermon Part 1b

    Contributed by John Lowe on Mar 23, 2017

    By beginning with God’s appearance to Abraham he indicates that he doesn’t disagree with the fathers on what constitutes true religion—the religion of the Jews. For them, all religion, the worship of God, the doctrine of the law, all prophecies....

    The God of glory appeared unto our father Abraham. The God of glory is a Hebrew form of expression denoting "the glorious God." It expresses His "majesty, or splendor, or magnificence"; and the word "glory" is often used to describe the marvelous appearances in which God has shown Himself to more

  • The Death Of A Deacon Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Jun 10, 2013

    The Sanhedrin’s reaction to the Gospel is pretty typical for those who reject it, but the boldness displayed by Stephen is something WE must learn from!

    The Death of a Deacon Acts 7:1-60 Introduction - Open your bible to Acts 7 … put a finger or something at Genesis 12 also Recap: - Stephen (the first deacon) has been seized by the Sanhedrin - He is brought before them to answer the charges of blasphemy (no proof more

  • Jewish Leaders Series

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Mar 14, 2016

    Let's talk about the what, why, and how of envy (The "How" is from Ray Fowler at:

    HoHum: The devil was once crossing the Libyan Desert, and he came upon a spot where a number of small devils were tormenting a Christian hermit. The Christian man easily shook off their evil suggestions. The devil watched their failure, and then he stepped forward to give them a more

  • The Gospel Cannot Be Locked Down

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on May 9, 2022

    No matter how hard they try, or by what means they use, the Gospel of Christ will continue to be proclaimed.

    The Gospel Cannot be Locked Down Acts 5:17-25 In last week’s text, we saw the great signs and wonders which were performed by the Holy Spirit through the Apostles in Jesus’ name. Huge numbers of those who were healed or had demons cast out must have been overjoyed just like the crowds who were more

  • Condemned By The Righteous Series

    Contributed by Tim Smith on Sep 16, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    Jesus Trial before the Sanhedrin

    Condemned by the Righteous Mark 14: 53-72 This is a map of the city of Jerusalem. You’ll notice the Garden of Gethsemane. It’s at the base of the Mount of Olives. From there, while Jesus was praying, he could see the temple across the Kidron Valley. When Jesus is arrested in the Garden, he more