Because He Knew:
A Worship Series at Reformation for the Sundays in Lent
Why did Jesus keep moving toward the cross? Was it an accident that Jesus was crucified – a tremendous tragedy and colossal miscarriage of justice? Surely he should have known this was coming. Surely he could have avoided the pain, the suffering, the death. But that’s the point, Jesus knew all along that he was going to die. That was the eternal plan of the Father, that the holy Son of God would suffer and die for a world of sinners. However, Jesus also knew that death would not be the end. The payment for sin would be accepted and he would rise to life again and defeat death itself – for us. Join Jesus this Lenten season as he resolutely walks toward the cross, because he knew he was going to die. The Gospel lessons that we will hear over the coming weeks of Lent are all connected by this one fascinating revelation – Jesus knew all along that he was going to die, and that impacted everything he did, for our salvation. Join Jesus this Lenten season as he resolutely walks toward the cross, because not only did he know he was going to die, he also knew he was going to live. And now, through faith in him, so do you!
LENT WORSHIP SERIES: Because He Knew: He Was Going to Die; He Was Going to Live
February 18: He preached the good news of the kingdom
February 25: He prepared his disciples for the cross
March 4: He put his house in order
March 11: He promised salvation through faith
March 18: He drew all people to himself
March 25: He rode into Jerusalem (Palm Sunday)
Jesus Christ Is Our Great High Priest –
Midweek Lent 2018 at Reformation
Why do we observe the season of the church year called “Lent”? Lent is a special period of 40 days during which God’s people cleanse their hearts through repentance. Lent is a time during which God’s people prepare to celebrate the festival of Easter with joy. Lent is a time during which God renews his people’s zeal as we reflect on the depth of Christ’s love for us in willingly suffering and dying to redeem us from sin’s curse.
The letter to the Hebrews calls Jesus our "great high priest." This Lenten season, explore this powerful name of Jesus Christ. Rediscover the perfect life of compassion, service, and sacrifice that Jesus lived for us. See that Christ serving as our Great High Priest is assurance of our redemption through him alone; see that Christ serving as our Great High Priest is motivation for humble works in his name. This year we will be blessed as we see that Jesus Christ Is Our Great High Priest.
Join us at Reformation each Wednesday this Lent as we expound and apply these important words to our lives today. We will also have soup suppers beforehand in the gym, beginning at 5:30pm. For more information, visit www.refsd.org or find us on Facebook www.Facebook.com/ReformationSanDiego
WEDNESDAYS IN LENT
- February 14, 21, 28, March 7, 14, 21
- Soup Supper: 5:30pm
- Choir Practice: 6:00pm
- Evening Worship: 7:00pm
Soup Suppers during Lent
Join us each Wednesday night during Lent for a soup supper in the gym at 5:30pm. Each week the supper is sponsored by a different board or group here at Reformation. If you would like to help by providing soup, salad, bread or dessert or if you would like to help with set-up or clean-up, please contact the leaders of the sponsoring board or group or sign up here.
- March 21 – Youth Group
Reformation Church Service Times
- Sundays at 8:00 AM & 10:30 AM
- Contemporary Worship services are held on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month at 10:30 AM.
- Kids4Christ and Bible Classes at 9:30 AM.
4670 Mt Abernathy Avenue
San Diego, CA 92117
Phone: (858) 279-3311