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!
For Me Many, many years ago, way back in history, My Savior walked upon this earth; each day He thought of me. When He was only twelve years old in Jerusalem He stayed behind, In the temple He questioned wise men but I was on His mind. Baptized in the Jordan, the Man of Galilee,… [Read More]
Jesus Lamb of God; Jesus is our Sacrifice All of us have titles: daughter, sister, Mom, Grandma, Aunt, wife; God has literally hundreds of titles: The Rock, The I Am, Lily of the Valley, Bright and Morning Star, Friend, and the list is long! *Jesus is the Fulfillment of the whole sacrificial system especially as… [Read More]
Spoiler Alert! Several weeks ago I began seeing some advertising on Instagram for tee’s with this on it: Spoiler Alert – the tomb was empty! I like that. Actually, I love that. It is the foundational Truth my faith is built on. We do not have a Redeemer who is in a tomb. We do… [Read More]
Today, there are many who are still looking. Still searching. Still seeking. Still yearning. For an empty place to be filled. But… the greatest moment of empty this world has ever known happened two thousand plus years ago in a garden tomb where the Son of Man was laid. Battered. Stripped. Beaten. Pierced. Broken. Where,… [Read More]
No Twitter party for me last night – the app wasn’t working properly so I left. This morning I check-in at Kate’s place and see the word chosen for the Five Minute Friday challenge this week. And, it’s a good one. 00:00 A word that signifies depletion or hopelessness. I was empty and undone. Have you… [Read More]
The following is Day 38 in “40 Days of Lent – the people, places, and events of the Passion.” Titled: Gethsemane Then Jesus came with them to a place called Gethsemane, and said to the disciples, “Sit here while I go and pray over there.” And He took with Him Peter and the two sons of Zebedee,… [Read More]