Jesus Before Pilate - Part 1
Jesus Before Pilate - Part 1
John 18:28-38
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Sunday Morning Service,  September 24, 2017

Jesus entire trial, before the Jewish authorities and before Pilate, was a blatant miscarriage of justice. Jesus innocence was apparent to all, especially Pilate. Throughout the first phase of Jesus' trial before Pilate, Pilate had to ascertain two important facts: (1) What was the truth and (2) what would he do with Jesus based on that truth. Just like Pilate, we have to determine what we believe about Jesus and the claims of the Bible and then what we will do with Jesus based on the truth we have found.

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