Jesus Betrayed and Arrested

Special Service
Apr 7, 2023

On the night of His betrayal, Jesus entered the field of conflict with the Evil One in a familiar setting: a garden. But unlike the garden of Eden, which was tarnished by Adam’s disobedience, Gethsemane highlights the obedience and majesty of Christ, who did not cower before the trial He faced. In this Good Friday message, Alistair Begg reflects on the security Jesus provided to His followers that night, in spite of Peter’s futile attempt to intervene. He drank from the cup of wrath so that we can enjoy the cup of blessing.

Topics: Death of Christ, Jesus Christ

John 18:1-11


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