Contributed on Feb 27, 2013
Taking a look at the reaction of the Pharisees to Jesus healing on the Sabbath and the eternal nature of Christ revealed in His, "Oh Jerusalem, Jerusalem" monologue.
This is the second week of the Lenten season and in the Scripture we are about to look at we see an incident that took place as Jesus was headed for Jerusalem in order to complete the work for which He came to earth. We know that Jesus was headed to Jerusalem because it says back in Luke ...read more
Contributed on Mar 6, 2013
God, in His gracious mercy, gives us warnings of the need for repentance. In this case He does it through His Son, Jesus, using two accounts of untimely death and applying them to the reality of eternity which we all face.
This is the third week of the Lenten season and in the Scripture we are about to look at we see how Jesus responded when He was confronted with the news of some untimely deaths. Some died at the hands of an evil man and others died because of a construction accident. Now, you may have noticed ...read more
Contributed on Mar 13, 2013
A look at the first half of the parable of the Prodigal Son. Who is the Father? How did the son reach the point of abandoning his family and the point of return. How did the Father react? Wonderful parable!
This is the fourth week of the Lenten season and in the Scripture we are about to look at one of the most famous parables ever taught by Jesus. And, when we look at this parable we will, at this time, only be looking at the first half of the parable. As we start to take a look at this ...read more
Contributed on Mar 21, 2013
Taking a look at the attendees at the dinner given in Jesus' honor in Bethany at the home of Simon the Leper. Which character(s) would you be if you had been there? Many had good attitudes and thankful hearts.
This is the fifth week of the Lenten season and today we’ll be taking a look at an event in the life of Jesus that revealed true love. So, let’s take a look at the passage starting in the 12th chapter of John, verses 1 through 8 John 12:1-8 “Six days before the Passover, ...read more