I never really thought much about it, until now. But, tonight was a really lonely night for Jesus. We love to talk about the cross, but at least His mother was there, and John showed up for that. But, what about the loneliness of Thursday. What a weird night that was. Many denominations typically have … More The Night Jesus Social Distanced
Every year I write a little blog post about the word of the year. Last year I was still working on the year before. The word was “Cut.” I felt like God laid it on my heart that my life was cluttered and much of what I needed to do in the past, I no … More “FREEDOM!”
Last time we focused on the beauty of this Biblical site. It is close to the sea of Galilee. It is actually right on it. Peter and Andrew probably moved here from Bethsaida where it says they were born, to live and work right on the water. This is an unlikely place that the Messiah … More What Happens In Capernaum, Stays in Capernaum!
Before I went to Israel, Capernaum was merely a word on a page. A man leading another tour who is a professor and even writes articles for a major Christian publication said something interesting to me. He said, “You learn so much, before I came here Capernaum was just a word on a page.” That … More Capernaum Not Just a Word!
When you seek to analyze something in an academic way and it happens to pertain to faith, and you are a person of faith, it might not be wise to use the word miracle, or refer to something as miraculous. But, when it comes to the Dead Sea Scrolls, I implore you to prove me … More The Miracle of the Dead Sea Scrolls!
A very short distance away from The Church of John the Baptist in Ein Karem (about 1/2 a mile) up a long hill with stairs all the way to the gate of the courtyard is The Church of the Visitation. Which Visitation are we talking about? We are talking about Mary’s visit to her older … More Crazy Cousin John Part 2 (Israel Trip)
2 “To the angel of the church in Ephesus write: ‘The words of him who holds the seven stars in his right hand, who walks among the seven golden lampstands. 2 “‘I know your works, your toil and your patient endurance, and how you cannot bear with those who are evil, but have tested those who … More Revelation E4, “Ephesus” 2:1-7
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Here is a Motivational Monday thought for anyone seeking to be an influence for God’s glory. photo credit: christianitytoday.com “A River reaches places which its source never knows.” ————- Oswald Chamber “My Utmost for His Highest” (Entry for September 6th) There are 260 chapters in the New Testament. You go to work … More Motivational Monday (Oswald Chambers)
This is not a post that will take you through the stages of grief. There are many posts and resources out there that will tell you about denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. It is important to have this knowledge and know if you are a grieving person you will go through all of those … More How a Christian Grieves