Happy Mother’s Day I am continuing the series on motherhood – and today, the focus is on Rizpah – one tenacious woman. I love women who do the right thing even when it will be of no benefit to their comfort. Rizpah was that kind of woman. Shall we? Rizpah – Saul’s concubine Not a… [Read More]
Motherhood And I thought I had a strange husband! Consider Mrs. Noah – married to Noah for approximately 500 years, lived a pretty normal life, had three sons and three daughters-in-love. The Bible tells us Noah found favor in God’s eyes so we can presume he was one of the good ones. One day out… [Read More]
The Emmaus Road Dr. Luke, the only Gentile Gospel writer tells us the story in Luke 24.13-35 of Jesus on the Emmaus Road. It was the first day of the week, the same day Jesus appeared to Mary M. in the garden. Cleopas and another follower of Jesus were on their way to Emmaus, a town approximately… [Read More]
He is risen! He is risen indeed!
The Warning We are entering the most solemn and holiest of weeks. Jesus’ final earth days and He is in full-on “teach them now 101” mode. He is putting the pedal to the metal in His final earth words. The disciples are with Him and they are baffled and confused. Jesus does everything possible to… [Read More]
Then Jesus said to them, A little while longer the light is with you.Walk while you have the light, lest darkness overtake you; he who walks in darkness does not know where he is going. While you have the light, believe in the light, that you may become sons of light.” These things Jesus spoke,… [Read More]
The Way To Calvary The cross, the individual one we all have to face, is not an instrument of torture so much as it is that narrow doorway through which we have to commit our passage, and our souls. Andrew Budek-Schmeisser I have come that you may have life, and that you may have it… [Read More]
The Season of Lent In the effort to prepare your heart for the celebration of Resurrection Day, we will be taking a look at Jesus’ final months of ministry. Beginning Winter A.D. 29, we will cover some events, people, and places. The Lenten Season is all about self-denial as we walk Jesus’ final miles toward… [Read More]