016: Jesus Takes Our Sin in Gethsemane – New Podcast

Garden of Gethsemane, Jerusalem, Israel. Ancient Olive Trees

Have you ever felt like you’re walking alone? Have you ever wondered if you’re stuck in a hopeless situation? Can there be beauty in agony?

The Traditional Stone in the Basilica of the Agony where Jesus prayed in Gethsemane (Photo: Arlen Salte)

If you can identify with any of these feelings, then today’s Break Forth Journeys Podcast is for you.

In this podcast episode, our group is on the quiet side (and seldom visited area) of the Garden of Gethsemane. We are surrounded by ancient Olive Trees that are at least 900 years old. This gives us a sense of what Jesus may have seen during His dark night of anguish.


Today, we learn:

  • What the name Gethsemane means.
  • The vital connection between Jesus’ sacrifice as the perfect lamb of God and the sacrificial lamb as a sin offering presented to the priest in the temple.
  • The significance of the olive oil being pressed three times as it relates to Jesus’s night in the Garden of Gethsemane.

Join our group in the Garden of Gethsemane as we listen to Hans.

Listen in below:

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One thought on “016: Jesus Takes Our Sin in Gethsemane – New Podcast

  1. Thanks for sending these podcasts. They are an encouragement for me. Keep them coming.

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