When Jesus therefore had received the vinegar, he said, It is finished: and he bowed his head, and gave up the ghost.
The ancient Greeks used to brag that they had so many words that they could say a lot with few words. This is certainly what Jesus did on the cross when He bowed His head and... Read More
Theres the story of a little boy being baptized. He was old enough to have some idea of what was happening. Some of the words resonated with him: I believe, I will, I do. All words of promise spoken by his beloved family members and godparents. He happily soaked in the signs of baptism:... Read More
While Jesus was on earth in His ministry, there were many disciples of Christ who claimed to follow Jesus (John 6).? When they saw that He did many supernatural miracles, feeding the five thousands, healing the sick and opening blind eyes, they were all astonished and followed Jesus to... Read More
Last month, I finished the sermons on the letters to the churches in Rev 2 and 3. The last letter was to Laodicea, which was pretty traumatic, because we are in the Laodicean period within the Church age. Today, were going to take another look at Laodicea and lukewarmness, but this time, we are going to... Read More
Does anyone know what a paradigm is? Other than being a weird spelled word? A paradigm is a way of thinking. It is usually a very rigidly structured way of thinking. nd Kings 5:10-11
Theres an expression used out in the world to describe a free thinker, one who has a broad mindset... Read More
Most church meetings are anything but about my Fathers business (Luke 2:49). Often, we incorrectly place matters of insignificance, such as building projects and curtain colors, as priority over the spiritual development of the... Read More