The Suffering Savior

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On the Way to the Garden

Mark 14:26-31

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the first phase of Christ's passion after the Lord's Supper.

Gethsemane – II: Blood Drawn, but No Atonement!

Mark 14:32-42

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds Christ Jesus' agony in Gethsemane, explaining the horrible separation borne by the Son of Man in his suffering.

Before the Sanhedrin

Mark 14:53-65

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds Jesus' trial before the Sanhedrin.

Before Pilate: Witnessing a Good Confession of Unconditional Election

Mark 15:1-15

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson gives exposition on Christ's trial before Pontius Pilate.

The Servant of Jehovah and the Suffering Messiah: The Nature of the Atonement – I

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Dr. S. Lewis Johnson begins a four-part series on the atoning work of the Messiah. In this study, Dr. Johnson explains the etymology of the word, atonement.

The Servant of Jehovah and the Suffering Messiah – II

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his exposition of the atoning work of the suffering savior. Dr. Johnson expounds the passages where Christ demonstrated his Messianic authority for the work of atonement.

The Servant of Jehovah and the Suffering Messiah – III

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson gives exposition on Jesus Christ's understand of and obedience to the divine plan of atonment in this third of a four-part series on the nature of atonement.

The Servant of Jehovah and the Suffering Messiah – IV

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson discusses three emphases that are found in the soteriological work of the Suffering Servant of Jehovah as he concludes his four part sub-series on the nature of the atonement.

Via Dolorosa – I: or the Way of the Stench

Mark 15:16-23

Dr. Johnson gives the first of two lessons dealing with Christ's passion as he carried the cross to Golgotha. The role of Simon of Cyrene is expounded.

Via Dolorosa – II: or Sacrifice, Substitution and Imprecation, the Idea of Substitution in the Doctrine of the Atonement

Mark 15:16-23

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his exposition on Christ's sufferings on the way to the cross and relates Jesus' sacrificial work to the satisfaction of God's justice.

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