Jesus Wept

March 28, 2021 Aries Zulkarnain

In this Palm Sunday message, Aries Zulkarnain explores the significance of the first—when Jesus turn...

In this Palm Sunday message, Aries Zulkarnain explores the significance of the first—when Jesus turned water into wine (John 2)—and last of Jesus’ miracles before He was crucified, when He raised Lazarus from the dead. These two instances showed how Jesus is there for us in times of joy and of sorrow. Although it was not time for Him to reveal Himself, Jesus went behind the scenes at the wedding in Cana to solve the crisis, revealing that even if it’s not God’s timing, He is working in the background for our good. When Lazarus died, the Bible records that Jesus wept (John 11:35). Pastor Aries explains that Jesus was moved to tears and subsequently anger (v38) because He identified with the hopelessness and pain Martha and Mary felt being separated forever from their brother—Death had to be conquered and it took Jesus dying on the Cross to reconcile us back to God. Let this moving message prepare you for Easter, a time to celebrate the work of the Cross and to share the Good News.

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Diana Choy Suan Sim

Jesus is above it all. Only to be forgiven by Jesus and to sin no more. If we sin, we risk being condemned by God/people/ourselves.
Jesus told the adulteress woman that He'd not stone her as well as others and told her to sin no more. To follow Jesus is to be forgiven by Him for our sins and we to stop sinning. To live or die is not important, only to be right with God and there'd be eternity.