Jesus Weeps Over Jerusalem
The Bible is clear: if anyone rejects Christ’s invitation for salvation, destruction is their end. This was powerfully demonstrated when Jesus, knowing the devastation that awaited Jerusalem, wept over the wayward city. Preaching on this often overlooked scene from the Passion Week narrative, Alistair Begg reminds us that Jesus still is grieved when sinners refuse His mercy and leave themselves without hope, peace, joy, or forgiveness. Will we weep with Him—and then carry the amazing news of His love to the world?
Topics: Christ as Prophet, Humanity of Christ, Jesus Christ
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