Hope you had a really powerful Easter weekend! We at the Hsieh household did, reflecting anew and afresh upon wonders of Calvary and the sublimity of the cross … thanks to Daniel.
And you too will be able to do that this Friday at TD, as I’ve asked Daniel to share his magnum opus – so far in his young life, at least 🙂 – “Journal Entry No. 2.” It’s quite a work that took a year for him to write. It’s riveting, insightful, and convicting. Most of all, it will help you see the cross in a new and true light. I assure you that you will not want to miss it! Make your plans to be there! – Arthur
Well, today marks our final Passion Week podcast. It’s the one Daniel saved for the culmination of this series. It’s a life-altering piece of teaching that should leave you in a good and healthy place.
It would be appropriate this Easter Sunday to surrender your soul, your life, your ALL to the Lord in heart-rending surrender, obedience, and worship.
What a great day to begin a new pattern and direction for the rest of your life. Perhaps you can take protracted times of Bible study, prayer, singing, learning, podcast listening :), and serving Him. Whatever it takes to get your soul set on Him, do it … and enjoy! – Arthur
(link for those who can’t listen directly on the blog)
“The Cross: An Excruciating Glory” link
I hope you’ve had a reflective and poignant Good Friday.
Today’s podcast is personal as I share some of my testimony of how I came to Christ … through the love of my late father. It’s the love of a father that we will focus on today, specifically, the love the Heavenly Father has for His Son. Today’s teaching may shock you a bit, but the truth of it needs to be heard and known, for it puts everyone in their rightful place.
As usual, after listening, I encourage you to spend time in heartfelt prayer to the Lord, surrendering your life to the One who surrendered His Son for you. – Arthur
(here’s the link for those who can’t listen directly on the blog)
The Cross: A Father’s Love link
The word “holy” means to be set apart. That’s what holidays are; they are “holy days,” days set apart from the others. Passion week is often referred to as Holy Week. We’re excited that you’ve joined us in making this week separate from the other weeks in our lives by focusing on what it is that Jesus really accomplished on the cross through these Passion Week podcasts.
Today’s teaching, “Why the Atonement?” is especially rich and helpful in explaining why an atonement was necessary. Philippians 2:12 charges us to “work out our salvation with fear and treambling.” This will help you do just that. Again, spend some time in appreciative prayer after listening. Until tomorrow! – Arthur
(the audio player is embedded on the blog, but below is a link for those who can’t access it on the blog)
“Why the Atonement?” link