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“Who gave you this authority?” (Matthew 21:23) Religious types are always big on authority issues. Who are you? Where did you come from? Who gave you the right to teach here? What school did you attend? Where is your diploma? Why didn’t you ask us for permission? Who do you think you are, anyway? The […]
Lord Jesus, teach me to trust you when I am tempted to lash out. Where there is hatred, let me sow love. Amen.
My house will be called a house of prayer for all nations” (Mark 11:17). Jesus would not put up with some things. We know about his compassion for the hurting and his outreach to the forgotten. But he has little patience with religious people who use religion to hurt others. By taking a whip to […]
My Lord, deliver me from even the tiniest bit of religious pretense. May my life bring forth fruit that is pleasing in your eyes. Amen.
“They brought the donkey and the colt; then they laid their robes on them, and he sat on them” (Matthew 21:7). It started with a donkey. Most of us have heard how Jesus sent his disciples to the village of Bethphage with instructions to bring back a donkey. When you read Matthew’s account, you realize that […]
The God we serve has a heart as big as the entire world. He’s not a Jewish God or an American God. He’s a God for the whole human race. It doesn’t matter what language you speak, or what country you come from, or how you dress or wear your hair. If you know Jesus […]
All too often we conclude that something can’t be done so we don’t bother trying to do it. If Moses had taken that attitude, the Jews would still be in Egypt. If Joshua had felt that way, the walls of Jericho would still be standing. If David had adopted that opinion, Goliath would still be […]
We’ve put together a page with 58 Good Friday/Easter sermons. We hope you’ll use this material in your own devotional times and also as you prepare messages for Holy Week. PS Click here to sign up for the free email sermons.
I bought these Easter Lilies at the local supermarket. It cheers me to think that the rest of the flowers will bloom in the next few days. With all the current troubles, Holy Week has snuck up on us this year. But here it is, just around the corner, and may I add, just in […]
God freely forgave us while we were his enemies. Can we not do for others what he has done for us?
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