Jesus asked questions to make us think and learn, in the same way our teachers might ask us questions. Jesus asked, so that we would learn the truth, that our Heavenly Father cares for us.
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The day Jesus died, He asked a question. "Why?"
Jesus asked lots of questions. Not because He didn't know the answer, but to make us think and learn, in the same way our teachers might ask us questions. Jesus asked, so that we would learn the truth, that our Heavenly Father cares for us.
The 'why' that Jesus asked on the cross, teaches us that He was forsaken so that God could welcome us. Jesus asked because He was taking our place, dying a death that we deserved. Jesus was forsaken so that everyone who trusts Him would be welcomed by God, loved and accepted into His perfect home forever.
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Mark has known Jesus since childhood & has had the privilege of serving Christ in the city & country, on both sides of the globe (Australia & Ireland). Supported by his wife & 5 children, he’s been the Rector of the Anglican Parish of Lithgow since 2012.
Tiarne came to know Jesus as a teenager, and now attends the Anglican Parish of Lithgow with her husband, Scott, and two children. She enjoys time spent being creative- particularly painting with watercolours and graphic design.
St Paul’s & St Stephen’s are Anglican churches in the Reformed & Evangelical tradition. We exist to know, serve & proclaim Jesus in our mining community west of Sydney & beyond.
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