The Religious Trials of Christ
The Religious Trials of Christ
John 18:12-28
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Sunday School,  July 8, 2007

After Jesus was arrested in the Garden of Gethsemane, He underwent two religious trials before Israel's high-priests, Annas and Caiphas. Christ's innocence and authority make a sharp contrast with the high priest's corruption and sin as well as Peter's disobedience. The willingness of Christ to undergo injustice and abuse for His people reminds us of the great love and grace of the Savior for sinners.

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