Isaiah 50:47-; Psalms 22:8-9,17-18,19-20,23-24; Phillipians 2:6-11; Mark 14:1-15:47 or 15:1-39
At age eighty-eight the late Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes found himself on a train …
When the conductor came by, Justice Holmes couldn’t find his ticket. He seemed terribly upset. He searched through all his pockets and thumbed through his wallet without success. The conductor was sympathetic, saying, “Don’t worry Mr. Holmes. The Pennsylvania Railroad will be happy to trust you. After you leave the train you’ll probably find the ticket and you can mail it to us.” But the conductor’s kindness failed to put Mr. Holmes at ease. Still very much upset, he said, “My dear man, my problem is not where is my ticket, my problem is where am I going.”
As we journey today with Jesus on the road to Calvary’s Hill, our problem is, “Where are we going?”
The truth of our journey is that Jesus is guiding us to a meeting place with God where we can experience His Presence most intensely.
The truth is that the only…