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What if in the interweaving, each of our lives is defined by and interwoven into one another’s lives? You’ve heard stories of a mother feeling like someone just kicked her in the gut, when, unbeknownst to her, and halfway around … Continue reading
When we were utterly helpless, Christ came at just the right time and died for us sinners. Now, most people would not be willing to die for an upright person, though someone might perhaps be willing to die for a … Continue reading
It’s Saturday. Christ is in the tomb. We need to talk about what we’re going to do.
Tetelestai! (It is finished!) – John 19:30 “Tetelestai!” – one word Christ uttered from the cross just before He commended His Spirit into the Father’s hand. “Tetelestai!” meaning, quite simply, “It is finished!.” Done. Completed. Over.
“My God, my God, why …?” Matthew 27:46 Of all the words Christ uttered from the cross, these were the most shocking. Why does the God of the universe ask “Why?” If anything should worry us, it would be this. … Continue reading