As we continue our series based on Terry Wardle’s book, Outrageous Love, Transforming Power, looking at the characteristics of Jesus that bring spiritual maturity, we come to the theme of brokenness. We all have brokenness, wounds within that we need to give to the Lord. The message is based on Luke 22.39-46. If something deep within has been triggered for you and you’d like to talk about it, go to stpaulsnobleton.ca/connect and let us know – we will be in touch. You can watch the whole worship broadcast below, or just the message below that.
On this Good Friday, we wrapped up our series on the songs of the season of Lent with a look at the time of prayer Jesus had just prior to his betrayal. We sang, “Go to dark Gethsemane”, and practised visio divina with this image, a painting by the 15th-century Italian artist Andrea Mantegna called “The Agony in the Garden”.
The message was based on Matthew 26.36-46 and can be listened to here:
Facebook video, watchable by anyone, is available here: