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  • About Online Morning Service

    Nashville Jubilee Church is an online program that provides lectures from John 18 to 21 for about 30 minutes every morning from 6am (CST) Monday through Friday from tomorrow to Pentecost. As Jesus ‘disciples deeply meditated and studied about Jesus’ cross and resurrection during this period, we hope to do so as we have true faith in the resurrection. Let’s start the morning with the word of the Lord. Online broadcasting will be conducted with ‘Facebook Page Live’. https://www.facebook.com/jubileechurch37221 Christians, now is the time for us to wake up and pray for the world. The Bible says that Christians are the light and salt of the world. We believe that God will work through us as we pray and act…

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  • April 20 | 2020
    4/20 Sunday Worship Service : Illegalities of Christ’s Trial (John 18:19-24)

    As it was for us, what the priests, scribes, and elders did on the occasion of Christ’s trial is not so different from what men and women are doing even today. Christ is proclaimed as the unique Son of God, but millions reject fusing to hear his defense. There is a defense. It is presented regularly in countless Christian churches, on radio and television programs, in books, and other forms of communication. But they will not hear it. They will not go to church. They turn the radio and television off or watch an entertainment channel. What shall we say of such people? Are they honest? No more than Caiaphas! Are they wise? Hardly! For if Jesus is who he…

  • April 17 | 2020
    4/17 Morning Service : Christ before Caiaphas (John 18:19-24)

    Jeremiah says of man, “The heart is deceitful above all things and beyond cure”(17:9). it does mean that the roots of even the most heinous crimes ever perpetrated in the history of the world are within us and that, being placed in a situation similar to that of others who did these things, we have nothing within to hinder us from doing likewise. Given the situation and authority, each of us will do exactly what Caiaphas did. We would have tried to get rid of Jesus. As we looked at the actions of these courts, we thought we had better righteousness and said, “Look at what these atrocities have done. How terrible!” It should not be said. Rather, looking at…

  • April 16 | 2020
    4/16 Thursday Morning Service : The Trial of Jewish

    Jesus was not condemned under a primitive, barbaric, or even inadequate judicial system, but under the best. Jesus, the righteous One was condemned to death by the most merciful and careful system of judicial processes known to our race. If we ask, as we must, “But how could that happen? How could the very Son of God be condemned?” The answer is that the problem is not so much in the system itself as it is in the hearts of those who interpret and implement the system and its codes. The human heart is “deceitful above all things and beyond cure,” as Jeremiah once wrote (Jer.17:9). It is this that circumvents the law or actually uses the law to destroy…

  • April 15 | 2020
    4/15 Wednesday Worship Service : The Arrest of Jesus (John 18:3-11)

    In this last verse Jesus speaks of “the cup the Father gives me.” It is one of two cups spoken of often in Scripture. One is the cup of salvation. The other cup is the cup of God’s wrath or tribulation, which is referred to here. Two cups: the cup of salvation and the cup of God’s wrath. Every person who has ever lived shall drink from one of them. But those who drink of the cup of salvation by God’s grace will drink of it only because Jesus drank the cup of God’s wrath in their place.

  • April 15 | 2020
    4/15 Wednesday Morning Service : Judas, Who Betrayed Jesus (John 18:2)

    Judas, who was so close to Christ and yet was unsaved. Think how close he was. He had been with Jesus for at least three years. He had heard his teaching. He had even understood his teaching; for although he had not understood the meaning of Christ’s death, he had at least understood Christ’s warning that he was to die. Judas was that close to Jesus. He understood his thoughts. Yet he was unsaved. I put it to us: It is possible to be quite close to Christ, to sit in a Christian church listening to good sermons, to hear good Bible teaching by online, even to understand what we hear, and yet fail to make that personal commitment to…

  • April 14 | 2020
    4/14 Tuesday Morning Service : Gethsemane (John 18: 1-2)

    Arthur W. Pink : The entrance of Christ into the Garden at once reminds us of Eden. The contrasts between them are indeed most striking. In Eden, all was delightful; in Gethsemane, all was terrible. In Eden, Adam and Eve parleyed with Satan; in Gethsemane, the last Adam sought the face of His Father. In Eden, Adam sinned; in Gethsemane, the Savior suffered. In Eden. Adam fell; in Gethsemane, the redeemer conquered. The┬áconflict in Eden took place by day; the conflict in Gethsemane was waged at night. In the one, Adam fell before Satan; in the other, the soldiers fell before Christ. In Eden the race was lost; in Gethsemane Christ announced, ‘Of them whom thou gavest me have I…

  • April 13 | 2020
    4/13 Monday Morning Service : Tragedy or Triumph (John 18:1)

    In fact, it may be argued that only Christianity of all the world’s religions actually takes the tragedy of the human situation with full seriousness. This is the meaning of the fall, the cross, the bondage of the will, the final judgment. But even greater than these things stands the benevolent and wise purposes of the sovereign God in human history. life may be dark. Tragedy may come. At times the whole world may seem to be crumbling into pieces. But this is not the end. Therefore, in spite of the tragedy, God still works all things together “for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose” (Rom. 8:28).

  • April 12 | 2020
    Easter Sunday Worship Service : The Best News Ever Heard (John 20:18, Romans 4:25, Galatians 2:20)

    “When Jesus died, he died as my representative, and I died in him; when he arose, he rose as my representative, and I arose in him; when he ascended up on high and took his place at the right hand of the Father in the glory, he ascended as my representative and I ascended in him, and today I am seated in Christ with God in the heaven. I took at the cross of Christ, and I know that atonement has been made for my sin; I look at the open sepulcher and the risen and ascended Lord, and I know the atonement has been accepted.”

  • December 30 | 2019
    The Spirit gives life; the flesh counts for nothing – 29th Sunday Worship Service

    Below is the summary of the sermon.   [John 6:60-65] On hearing it, many of his disciples said, “This is a hard teaching. Who can accept it?” Aware that his disciples were grumbling about this, Jesus said to them, “Does this offend you? What if you see the Son of Man ascend to where he was before! The Spirit gives life; the flesh counts for nothing. The words I have spoken to you are spirit and they are life. Yet there are some of you who do not believe.” For Jesus had known from the beginning which of them did not believe and who would betray him. He went on to say, “This is why I told you that no…