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The Crucifixion of Jesus! - Into Thy Word Ministries
The Passion of Jesus. Jesus’ Crucifixion From A "Medical" Point of View. Warning! This article is not for the faint of heart, it is graphic!

http://70030.netministry.com/apps/articles/default.asp?articleid=32345&columnid=3844

Easter Bible Study - Into Thy Word Ministries
Jesus' Suffering and Resurrection. Thoughts and questions for your consideration this Easter season! Do you know what Easter is all about? Do you realize what Jesus did for you?

http://70030.netministry.com/apps/articles/default.asp?articleid=36230&columnid=3803

Looking to spend more time in Scripture during Lent?
BibleGateway.com has a free Lent daily reading plan that walks you through all four Gospels in anticipation of Easter.

http://gospel.com/blog/index.php/2010/02/17/looking-to-spend-more-time-in-scripture-dur...

The Quotations Bible Study
The Quotations Bible Study is a series of seven studies that examine quotations from the Old Testament in the New Testament. While the study was written with Lent in mind, it's a good study of Jesus' purpose and mission for any time of the year.

http://cqod.com/QBS/

O Sacred Head, Now Wounded
"O Sacred Head, Now Wounded," one of the most poignant hynns of Lent, requires us to acknowledge that it was our sins that put Jesus on the cross. We offer a study of this hymn, the hymn story, a devotional, sheet music, an mp3 and more.

http://songsandhymns.org/hymns/detail/o-sacred-head-now-wounded

Christ the Lord Is Risen Today
The jubilant song of Easter, "Christ the Lord Is Risen Today" expresses the joy of our hearts "Alleluia!" We offer background information on this hymn, an mp3, sheet music, a devotional and more.

http://songsandhymns.org/hymns/detail/christ-the-lord-is-risen-today

Lent: The Song of the Cross - Center for Church Music
What does Psalm 22 tell us about Christ's crucifixion? This study of three essays examines this Psalm, and our response to our Lord's death on the cross.

http://songsandhymns.org/music-worship/subcategory/lent

Lift High the Cross
During the season of Lent, or today, we must pause to reflect on the events of the cross. We offer a study of the hymn "Lift High the Cross" with mp3, sheet music, background information and more.

http://songsandhymns.org/hymns/detail/lift-high-the-cross

Hallelujah, What a Savior - Man of Sorrows, What a Name
"Man of Sorrows, what a name for the Son of God who came. Ruined sinners to reclaim, Hallelujah! What a Savior!" We offer a study of this beautiful hymn, along with an mp3, sheet music and other resources.

http://songsandhymns.org/hymns/detail/hallelujah-what-a-savior

Ah, Holy Jesus, How Hast Thou Offended
"Ah Holy Jesus" challenges us to realize it was our personal sins that put Jesus on the cross. And it points us to a proper response, reminding us that Jesus' death for our salvation calls for us to adore and worship him. We offer a study of this beautiful hymn and how it came to be written.

http://songsandhymns.org/hymns/detail/ah-holy-jesus-how-hast-thou-offended

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“Be alert and of sober mind. Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour. Resist him, standing firm in the faith, because you know that the family of believers throughout the world is undergoing the same kind of sufferings.”
- 1 Peter 5:8-9
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