Sunday, April 01, 2007

Reflections from the Journey...



Reflections from the Journey...
... Sunday Night - April 1st - Journey to the Cross

...CLICK on the "comment" link below to journal about your experience.

10 comments:

mike R said...

Thank You Jesus for being Obedient to the cross.The picture meditation,i think you were hanging on for me(and for mankind)
Thank you ABBA,for letting go of your Son for me,It was a sacrifice on your part that I might forget but you deserve the glory as well.
Great Job to calvary temple for reminding us..

Pauline said...

the journey experience was powerful.it was a reminder to me of the meaning of obedience,that jesus was obedient and that made him accept the cross.i was also reminded of how selfish i have been at times and refused to bear the crosses in my own life.most of all,i am so THANKFUL that the tomb is empty.He is risen & because of Him my life is daily,forever changed.
thanks calvary temple team for the creative reminder.God bless you.

Anonymous said...

The part about bearing the cross really moved me. Got me thinking.

Anonymous said...

Very moving...makes you think deeper about your life and into yourself.

Tammy said...

I think the Journey to the Cross experience provided an excellent opportunity to practice what we learned today, to not be a "tourist" but rather a "veteran" as we remember and reflect on Holy Week. I appreciated the thought-provoking insights provided at each station including not only thoughts from the perspective of Jesus, but also questions regarding the thoughts of his disciples and those that loved him. I was challenged by the relevant questions posed to me, as a follower of Jesus in today's world. Tonight's journey did more than help me reflect on the events of Holy Week. It has also challenged me to think differently to effect change in my neighborhood, city and around the world!

Anonymous said...

With our busy lifestyles sometimes it's hard to spend time with God daily. Sometimes it's hard to meditate on his word when so much is going on around us.

This experience made me take time out of my schedule to reflect on Jesus' steps to the cross, not just with my mind, but with my body. This interactive experience allowed me to actually see, hear, taste, etc.. what it might have been like for Jesus before he died on the cross.

It also made me think about what life would be like without Jesus, because lets face it, most of us don't ever think about that.

Life would be absolutely unbearable, pointless and hopeless.

Thank you Jesus for your sacrifice!
You've given me strength, hope and a purpose here on this earth.

Anonymous said...

very eye opening. made me ask myself a lot of questions about my life and where i am at. very glad that i went through it. in the past, this is not something i would have done. but sometimes its when i step out of my comfort zone that God can begin to move. def. worth it!

Jared said...

very eye opening. made me ask myself a lot of questions about my life and where i am at. very glad that i went through it. in the past, this is not something i would have done. but sometimes its when i step out of my comfort zone that God can begin to move. def. worth it!

Anonymous said...

The setting was well done and thought provoking. I found myself feeling feelings and seeing from angles I rarely experience. The tomb was overwhelming with the messages written by people young and old. The communion table was really timely for me as I re-lived the scene with vivid images of Jesus coming to the foreground of my thinking. The journey was a deep thing in my life.

Katy Joy Davis said...

We must surrender to Him! We must glorify Him! We must reverend Him! He is the Lover of our souls! He is the very purpose for our existence. Praise the Lord that He is alive and moving! He is Mighty, He is Holy, He is Risen!