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Worthy to suffer

Easter 2 – Acts 5:29-42

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Jesus is enough

The Resurrection of Our Lord – St. Matthew 28:1-10

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The last curtain

Good Friday – St. Matthew 27:51 What was the Old Testament lesson on the First Sunday in Lent?  Adam and Eve falling into sin, and being cast out of the Garden of Eden, thus being separated from God, with whom … Continue reading

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Shed Blood

Maundy Thursday – St. Matthew 27:1-10 Judas did not have to die. That is the irony of the entire Passion account.  Judas did a horrible thing, but he did not have to die.  Peter likewise did a horrible thing, in … Continue reading

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Every knee shall bow

Palm Sunday – Philippians 2:5-11 Today, the Lord of heaven and earth comes into our midst, humble and lowly, welcomed by the crowds, but at the same time despised by others.  He comes into our midst to offer encouragement and … Continue reading

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The Abomination of Desolation

Lent 6 – Daniel 11:29-39 I just finished reading a book that talks about rebuilding society essentially from the ground up. Rebuilding from what you might ask? Rebuilding from nearly a century absent a Christian worldview; rebuilding from a half … Continue reading

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The reward of Lazarus

Lent 5 – St. John 11:1-45

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