The Cup of Suffering: The Last Supper

Throughout this series we will walk with Christ in the final days before His death to produce in us both a reverence and sober-mindedness towards the suffering he endured. We will trace passion week through the gospel of Matthew and allow our minds to be renewed and our hearts to be stirred. When Jesus in Gethsemane chose to drink the cup of suffering that we might drink the waters of everlasting life, He said to His Father, "let this cup pass from me; nevertheless, not as I will, but as you will." It's time again to remember the truth of all Christ endured so that you and I might live. We must never tire of the reality of the gospel. The Cup of Suffering will be a powerful approach to this year's Easter weekend.