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Dean Elliott teaches from Matthew 26-27.  In these two chapters of Matthew, we look at the selection of the lamb for the sacrifice, which must be perfect and innocent.  We see Jesus stand trial in a religious court and a political court, and the pronouncement of innocence, even by his enemies.  We also see the determined face of God to offer His Son as a sacrifice.  We see that Jesus is willing to submit to the will of the Father.  We see the utter contempt of men, through the lives of three men.

Additional Scripture References: Daniel 7; Zechariah 11:12-13; Jeremiah 19:1-13, 32:6-9; 1 Peter 2:4-8