The Mystery of the Messiah
From a small town mayor all the way up to the most powerful of world leaders, there are advisors who counsel public-office holders to help minimize potential damage to their career. The Bible records a scenario in which a King does not heed the counsel of one of His closest confidants, and as a result, the King paid with His life. Who was that King? Why didn’t He listen to the one who counselled Him? What was the scandal that the King’s friend was desperately trying to avoid?
From the series The Majesty of Christ
Teaching Series by R.C. Sproul
In the letter to the Roman churches, Paul writes that Jesus was declared to be the Son of God in power when He was resurrected from the dead (1:3–4). Everything Jesus claimed about His vocation as the Messiah was vindicated … Learn More
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