Christians speak of Good Friday not because they can sleep in on a public holiday, or take the day off work, or enjoy a long weekend. We call it Good Friday because we celebrate the death—the suffering and crucifixion—of Jesus. But this day marks the dramatic and perfect completion of God’s plan to save his people from their sins, and to restore his relationship with them.
Scripture References: Philippians 2:1-11
The sermons in this series form part of the annual Easter weekend services.
|An Amazing Holiday (Acts 2:22-41)||Doug Van Meter||22 April 2011||Listen|
|It’s Good Friday in Africa (Acts 8:26-30)||Doug Van Meter||6 April 2012||Listen|
|Gazing at the Risen Lord (Acts 7:56)||Doug Van Meter||8 April 2012||Listen|
|Good Friday’s Theology of the Cross (Matthew 20:17-28)||Doug Van Meter||18 April 2014||Listen|
|What Does It Matter? (1 Corinthians 15:1-58)||Christo Beetge||20 April 2014||Listen|
|A Glorious Meal (Matthew 26:17–30)||Edwin Steytler||29 March 2018||Watch||Listen|
|Celebrating the Cross (Philippians 2:1–11)||Tommie van der Walt||30 March 2018||Watch||Listen|
|What Paul is Telling Us about the Real Jesus (1 Corinthians 15:1–11)||Stuart Chase||1 April 2018||Watch||Listen|
|The Lord’s Supper (Psalm 22:1–11)||Doug Van Meter||18 April 2019||Watch||Listen|
|The Lord’s Sufferings (Psalm 22:12–21a)||Doug Van Meter||19 April 2019||Watch||Listen|