Lord, What A Vision!

And it was the third hour, when they crucified Him

Mark 15:25
Mark 14:1-15:47 or 15:1-39

Sermon Week/Year

Passion Sunday,

Sermon Topic


A young boy was looking dreamily out the classroom window. The teacher asked …

“And what do you see out there?”

“I see the horizon.”

“And have you ever walked to the horizon?”

“No, I am too young.”

“Well, someday you will.”

“And when I get there what will I find?”

“When you get there you will discover another horizon — another far beyond.”

“And if I walk again?”

“If you walk again you will know that the second horizon is merely a starting place for the third.”

“Will my life then be one of always losing horizons?”

“No, of always finding them!”1

The horizon is the line or arc that forms the boundary between earth and sky. The English word “horizon” comes from the Greek word “horos,” which means “limit.” The horizon is the limit of one’s vision, beyond which one cannot see.

“Horizon” can also mean the limit of one’s…

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