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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
Throughout the 2,000 year history of the Church, the subject of baptism has produced a wide variety of approaches. It is essentially impossible to suggest that the Church has a monolithic approach to the topic because history proves otherwise. And while baptismal...read more
So many fallacies abound (and are passed on by being repeated over and over again) regarding the Genesis account of the creation of humanity, the nature of the first humans before and after the fall, and the nature of the human soul (or spirit, or both if one thinks...read more
Our congregation celebrates an ancient Christian practice called paedobaptism or in non-technical terms infant baptism. A majority of Christians around the world practice infant baptism. Some churches teach that this practice of infant baptism saves a child 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
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
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