Who Do You Say I Am?

Who Do You Say I Am?

Written tests in school were scary for me, but oral exams intimidated me even more. With the whole class watching and listening, a quick and correct answer was expected after the question was presented. Sometimes I remember wishing I was invisible. I hoped the teacher...
Jesus’ Final Week: Friday

Jesus’ Final Week: Friday

Well, the religious leaders finally got what they wanted. They arrested Jesus. And they tied Him up before leading Him away. In the early morning hours, Jesus is brought in for questioning. While many slept, others were wide awake. This was no small commotion. The...
Jesus’ Final Week: Thursday

Jesus’ Final Week: Thursday

As things move forward, we will begin to understand the full measure of love Jesus poured out for us. We’ll also get a closer look at the intimacy Jesus shared with the disciples, despite their flaws. Their hearts will be… Awakened to future truths Moved...
Jesus’ Final Week: Wednesday

Jesus’ Final Week: Wednesday

I have to laugh because it’s hard to decipher from the Gospel accounts the exact chronological order of this final week of Jesus’ ministry. And the resources and commentaries seem to differ on the order as well. But I must tell you that I’ve tried to...
Jesus’ Final Week: Tuesday

Jesus’ Final Week: Tuesday

I’m loving this series, are you? What a journey as we travel with Jesus on that last week leading up to the cross.  On Monday, Jesus spent some time in Jerusalem. Before He left for the night, he exerted His authority by cleansing the Temple. Oh my goodness! The...
Jesus’ Final Week: Monday

Jesus’ Final Week: Monday

We continue with our series as we travel with Jesus during the last week before His death and resurrection. He’s been busy. Teaching. Training. And getting ready for what He came for. On Sunday, He rode into Jerusalem on a donkey. People came out in droves to...
Jesus’ Final Week: Sunday

Jesus’ Final Week: Sunday

We begin a series on the events leading up to Jesus’ death and resurrection. We will cover every day’s events as told to us in Scripture.  When someone knows they are dying, they are careful to share important things with their loved ones. I think...
When Doubts Arise!

When Doubts Arise!

In Acts 16, the apostle Paul and Silas come to a city called Philippi. On the Sabbath, they went to the outskirts of town and met a group of women who had gathered. As was his custom, Paul shared the gospel and one lady in particular, Lydia, came to know Christ. God...

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