Parkside Church

Triumph or Tragedy?

Morning Service
May 14, 2017

Our view of the cross will shape our lives. For some, the cross of Christ is a symbol of mockery, and for others, a great tragedy. From the darkness that represented God’s anger to the anguish of Christ’s first cry as the Father poured out His wrath, the record of Mark 15 paints a vivid picture of the crucifixion. Within the tragedy of the cross, though, is the ultimate triumph gained, and heard through Christ’s final cry as He stood condemned in the place of sinners. Through His sacrificial death, believers are granted a final pardon for sin, and access to the Father in Heaven.

Mark 15:33-39

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