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Mark 8:27-9:1 Jesus is revealed as Messiah and its not a pretty picture Jesus and the disciples head north some 25 miles from Bethsaida to Cesaerea Philippi. We are about to find the answer to the key question in Mark's gospel: Who is Jesus (Mark 4:41)? On the way,...read more
Luke 6:12 One of those days Jesus went out to a mountainside to pray, and spent the night praying to God. I'm not a night person. I quickly discovered this when I went to college. I was told to try my best and meet people and befriend them. My dorm in college was so...read more
Mark 8:22-26 Jesus Opens the Eyes of a Blind Man at Bethsaida They land on the Northern shore of the Galilee at Bethsaida (v. 22). Similar to the previous healing of the deaf man, Jesus takes the blind man away from the crowds (out of the village), again perhaps to...read more
“Christians don't need to repent,” said the young man. “Jesus died for our sins… past, present, and future,” he continued, “so you don't need to spend all of your time asking him for forgiveness. He has already forgiven you!” According to this young man, all the...read more
I am currently making a documentary about miracles corroborated by medical evidence. I want to dispel some prevalent myths about Christian miracles and prayer. Myth 1: People in the U.S. do not see many miracles today. Fact: 34% of Americans claim to have either...read more
The following are some goldmine quotes related to the Mission of the Church, which is tied to the Mission of God. One is from Karl Barth (Church Dogmatics) and the others are from Clark Pinnock (Flame of Love). Peep game: "The Christian community is not sent into the...read more
1 Thessalonians 4:17-18 ...and so we will always be with the Lord. Therefore encourage one another with these words. (ESV) There is a great reunion coming that provides great reason for us to encourage one another. Twice in just a handful of verses Paul tells us...read more
"Revival." Now, there's a word that comes pre-loaded with all manner of mental images, assumptions, and expectations. To be "revived", if we are going to be carefully specific, means that what was once alive, and then died, has been brought to life again. For example,...read more
Once a month or every two months I try to field a good question or comment given to me from the congregation I serve. Folks in our congregation place their questions or comments in the offering plate, give me a text or give me an email. After some consideration I...read more
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