Category Archives: Cross of Christ

When I Survey the Wondrous Cross By Patrick Hogan

 Isaac Watts, who lived from 1674 to 1749 continues to influence Christians worship over 250 years after his death. During his lifetime he wrote approximately 600 hymns, many of which are still used in worship today.      In 1707, he wrote “When I Survey the Wondrous Cross.” Continue reading

Lessons Learned from the Cross (Part 2)

5. Jesus’ sermon on the Cross. No, Jesus did not stand and preach on Golgotha. But He left indelible impressions on a Roman centurion, at least one thief, an apostle, and with words of anguish, salvation, forgiveness, contentment and affection, He preached what all mankind still needs. Continue reading

Lessons Learned at the Cross (Part 1)

Some events are more important than others. Some events have more impact on the world than others. At the center, or hub of God’s Word is an event with the single most significance of any and all events: The Cross of Christ. The event itself, and the consequences of that event are so far-reaching that it has to be the most significant event in history, and especially in the account of man and his soul. All other events revolve around it. Continue reading