The great Intercessor

I have been reading Acts 2 using an online tool which gives me the ancient Greek, and Hebrew translations.  It takes a lot of time to look up each word. What is so important that I would spend hours studying one chapter of the Bible?  It is about the day the Festival of Firstfruits changed. ... Continue Reading →

Where do I fit?

In John chapters 14 and 15, Jesus is saying goodbye to His disciples. Chapter 15, starting with verse 18 continuing to verse 25, Jesus warns the disciple that they will be despised. As followers of Christ, we are often despised. We do not belong to this world. Yet we must live in this world.  We... Continue Reading →

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My prayers have become a habit

John 14: 11-14:  Verse 11:  Jesus is in the father and the father is in me.  The same as Jesus is in you and you are in Jesus. When I write it like that, it is very confusing.  Did you invite Jesus to live in you?  Now that we are past that point, think about... Continue Reading →

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Is it really about the pain?

Every day the news - Pain Pain Pain ugly ugly ugly.  Oh sure some of the reports spend three minutes on an upbeat story.  We listen to pain battles, my pain is bigger than yours. Well I want to talk about Joy.  On the heel of Easter, Jesus is alive. He arose. There is no... Continue Reading →

The unspoken hope

John 14: 1-4: Verse three, Resurrection's unspoken hope. No matter how bad things seem in this world, we know that someday Jesus will return. That we will be with him in Paradise.     John 14: 1 Do not let your hearts be troubled. You believe in God; believe also in me. 2 My Father’s house... Continue Reading →

The Greatest love of all

John 13: 34-35: 34 “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. 35 By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” Christ loved us so much he died for us.  He is not asking us to die for one... Continue Reading →

Push the “reset” button

I started today filled with good intentions. I started out by posting about being blessed because Jesus is alive.  Then I started running errands with the intent of spreading cheer.  Bank, that went well.  I wished her a Happy Easter. I moved up the highway, first driver cut me off, turn up KLOVE.  second driver... Continue Reading →

Second Chances

As Christians, we are supposed to be about second chances.  Yet are we?  If someone tells you that they are a convict, how do you react?  Do you jump back a bit? do you check for your wallet? Do you look to see if they have a weapon?  Jesus told us that he who is... Continue Reading →

What is Servant-Leadership?

John 13: 3-17:  To be a good leader, not only do you need to be willing to serve, but you must be willing to be served.  John 13:3-17: is the story of Jesus washing the disciples feet.  It is a perfect example of Servant-Leadership.

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