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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
Mark 8:11-21 The Pharisees Demand a Sign. The 12 Continue to Just Not Get it The Pharisees appear out of nowhere, but we are fairly safe to assume that this incident occurs back over on the Western side of the Galilean sea. They are seeking a sign to legitimize...read more
Mark 8:1-10 In those days, when again a great crowd had gathered, and they had nothing to eat, he called his disciples to him and said to them, “I have compassion on the crowd, because they have been with me now three days and have nothing to eat. And if I send them...read more
There is a growing population of folks that say they are “Done With Church”. These people are being called “Dones”. I have friends that would identify as “Done With Church”. People might be quick to pass this movement off as a phase but it is actually more like...read more
It really is a new, modern, and entirely progressive idea to consider the Christian label “conservative” as a word having anything to do with the practical, moral, or political distillations of a person’s theology. There has been a ton of ink spilled on the...read more
The morning began much like any other: the smell of fresh-brewed coffee, the sun peeking over the mountains to the east, the calm reflective time before the day began in earnest. Was he awake, or had he dozed off again? Which is another way of asking:...read more
When you are a continuationist, one of the more bizarre realities that you have to wrestle with is that some of your harshest critics are other Christians. You know, your extended spiritual family. And as the saying goes: “You can pick your friends, but...read more
Hebrews 5:2 He can deal gently with the ignorant and wayward, since he himself is beset with weakness. (ESV) As humans we are filled with weakness, tempted, sinful. Jesus experienced this same weakness and temptation – “yet without sin” (4:15). By...read more
I was talking with some friends this morning and it brought back a memory I had in Bible college. I remember my first few weeks at the school very well. I was just just beginning to experience what a community driven by the maintenance of rules, standards, and...read more
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