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Jesus our perfect example

1.      Upper Room -> Gethsemane –John 15&16

a.      Jesus said that He must _________ Matthew 26:24

b.      Where does the Holy Spirit desire to live? ____________________ John 14:15-21

c.      Jesus bore the sin of many -Isaiah 53:12

d.      Disciples determined to never __________  __________ Matthew 26:31, 35

e.      Even when my spirit is willing, my ____________ is ___________ Luke 22:40

f.       “All that the Lord has said, we _______  _____” Exodus 19:8

g.      So… why the golden calf? -Exodus 32:1-6

h.      In His humanity, how much could Jesus do, without the Father? ___________ John 5:19&30

i.       How much can I do without Jesus? _____________ John 15:1-8

j.       God opposes the __________ but gives grace to the __________  Prov. 3:34, James 4:6, 1Peter 5:5

2.      In Gethsemane –Matthew 26:30-46, Mark 14:26-42, Luke 22:39-46, John 18:1

a.      I should watch & pray so I don’t enter into  __________________________ Luke 22:40

b.      Jesus was severely tested and suffered greatly –Matthew 26:36-38, Mark 14:32-35

c.      Jesus example of submission/surrender to Father God –Mt 26:39-44, Mk 14:35-36, Lk 22:42-44

d.      What qualifies Jesus to be my example, “High Priest”, helper, and judge? Hebrews 2:14-18

e.      Do I ask, “Lord, what would you have me to do?” Acts 9:6

f.       All things work together for ___________ for me as I love God –Romans 8:28

g.      Why did Jesus endure all this suffering? _______________________________ Hebrews 12:2

h.      Why should I rejoice in my troubles and trials? Romans 5:3-5, James 1:2-4, 1Peter 4:12-14

i.       An angel strengthened Jesus. Will God do that for me too? Luke 22:43

3.      The Angry Mob –Matthew 26:47-56, Mark 14:43-52, Luke 22:47-53, John 18:2-12

a.      How did Jesus react to Peter using his sword? ____________________ Mt 26:51-54, Lk 22:50-51, Jn 18:10-11

b.      The wages of sin is _____________ Romans 6:23

c.      Am I a sinner? ____________  (1John 1:8)

d.      Did Jesus experience all the temptations I have experienced? ___________ Hebrews 4:15

e.      Who is going to pay the wages for my sins? Me? Jesus? (1Peter 2:24, Romans 6:23)

f.       Have I checked my oil lately? Matthew 25:1-13

4.      Annas, Caiaphas, & Peter

a.      Did Jesus, in any way, defend Himself? _________ Mark 14:55-61, Matthew 22:63-65

b.      Peter’s Denial –Matthew 26:58-75, Mark 14:54, Luke 22:54-62, John 18:15-27

c.      Do I honestly believe that all things work together for good for me? Romans 8:28

d.      Those responsible for Jesus’ death will witness His 2nd coming –Mark 14:61-62, Revelation 1:7

e.      What will I do when it becomes dangerous for me to admit my convictions?

f.       Do I give God permission to work in and through me? ____________ Gal 2:20, Philippians 2:13

5.      Pilot -> Herod -> Pilot –Matthew 27:2-26, Mark 15:2-15, Luke 23:1-25, John 18:28-39, 19:1-16

a.      Jesus infers that nothing can happen to us who love God, without God’s permission John 19:10-11

6.      Crucifixion –Matthew 27:31-56, Mark 15:20-41, Luke 23:26-49, John 19:16-30

a.      Jesus saved the thief on the cross by grace. Do I qualify? ____________ Romans 5:5-11, Ephesians 3:20

b.      After Peter denied with curses that he knew Jesus, am I encouraged that Peter was still accepted? Mark 16:7

c.      Do I choose to surrender all I am and all I have to Jesus? _____________

Further Study: Desire of Ages, page 685 to the end of the book

Audio and Transcript of this message: http://sidnash.org/crucified

How to use Will Power: http://sidnash.org/willpower (including Sid’s testimony)

Story illustrating the principles of Romans 8:28: http://sidnash.org/romans828