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Mark 10:35-45 The Sons of Zebedee shoot for the moon The context here couldn't be more telling. Jesus has just told the disciples (for the third time) of His upcoming suffering and death. So when James and John come up to Him immediately after this (at least in the...read more
Mark 10:32-34 Jesus tells His disciples of His impending death a third time ...Congratulations Peter. Indeed, you all have left everything to follow Me (v. 28)! And here's what lies ahead: They were on their way to Jerusalem (v. 32). Jesus leads the way. At least...read more
Luke 12:1-3 (NRSV) Meanwhile, when the crowd gathered by the thousands, so that they trampled on one another, he began to speak first to his disciples, “Beware of the yeast of the Pharisees, that is, their hypocrisy. Nothing is covered up that will not be uncovered,...read more
The doctrine of election (and what it really means to be elect or not) has been distorted, misunderstood, and misrepresented to the point that it has become the wrong answer to the wrong questions. Namely, "Which particular individuals did God choose (before they were...read more
Here's part 1 in the series of short videos about the Charismatic Gifts of the Holy Spirit. Also, here's a link to the Mounce Interlinear translation at biblegateway that I mentioned in the video. You can also watch and subscribe at the YouTube channel. Enjoy and...read more
My first course in Seminary was called Theological Understandings of Jesus. It was taught by professor Mark D. Baker. On the first day of the class, he asked us to talk together about (get ready for some nerdy terminology) the hypostatic union. You know, Jesus is...read more
In any group of people -- spending a lot of time together, growing in community and working alongside each other -- tidbits of jargon appear. Jargon isn't a bad thing, if you take the time to explain what you mean. At its best, jargon serves as a sort of "verbal...read more
I came across these podcasts and, quite frankly, they were pretty eye opening for me (they're kind of all related). So I wanted to share them here and see if we could get some good discussion going in the comments below. And, here they are: This one talks about how...read more
2 John 12 Though I have much to write to you, I would rather not use paper and ink. Instead I hope to come to you and talk face to face, so that our joy may be complete. (ESV) John is such a person of the heart. He prefers to be there face to face, so that he can...read more
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