Final Words From the Cross - DVD
Examines Christ's final words as heard by those who stood near the cross.
In 24 Hours That Changed the World, Adam Hamilton took us on a Lenten journey through the last day of Jesus' life. Now, in his inspiring follow-up book, Hamilton examines Christ's dying hours and his final words as seen and heard through the eyes and ears of those who stood near the cross.
This small-group study DVD contains seven teaching sessions featuring Hamilton providing fresh insight into Jesus' final words at the cross through the perspective of those who witnessed the crucifixion. Then, he moves beyond the cross to Jesus' words to the disciples on the road to Emmaus and to those who were witnesses to the Resurrection. Each session is approximately 8-10 minutes.
Final Words from the Cross offers six chapters/sessions plus a postscript chapter/session, so that classes have the option of a seventh session on Easter Sunday.
Session 1: Father Forgive Them (10:09)
Session 2: Today You Will Be with Me in Paradise (8:47)
Session 3: Behold Your Sonâ€¦Behold Your Mother (10:26)
Session 4: My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me? (9:05)
Session 5: I Thirst (10:16)
Session 6: It Is Finished...Into Your Hands I Commit My Spirit (10:15)
Postscript: The Words After That (10:11)
About the Author
Adam Hamilton is senior pastor of The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kansas, one of the fastest growing, most highly visible churches in the country. The Church Report named Hamilton's congregation the most influential mainline church in America, and he preached at the National Prayer Service as part of the presidential inauguration festivities in 2013.
Hamilton is the best-selling and award-winning author of Creed, Half Truths, The Call, The Journey, The Way, 24 Hours That Changed the World, John, Revival, Not a Silent Night, Enough, When Christians Get It Wrong,andSeeing Gray in a World of Black and White, all published by Abingdon Press. Learn more about Adam Hamilton at AdamHamilton.com.
Leader Guide sold separately.