Contributed on Mar 5, 2003
The parable of the Pharisee and tax collector teaches us that repentance humbly confesses our unworthiness and trusts in God’s verdict that he justifies and forgives us because of the payment Jesus made in our place
Contributed on Mar 13, 2003
Jesus’ humble love that stooped to wash his disciples feet has stooped to the cross to wash us clean from the dirt of our daily sins in the fountain filled with his blood, so that our attitude is changed to apologize and serve others in humble love.
Contributed on Mar 19, 2003
Jesus doesn’t merely show us the way; he is the way, the only way to our heavenly home.
Contributed on Mar 27, 2003
We, too, are guilty of betarying Jesus when we focus on our own wants, but Jesus calls us to repentance, just like he called out to Judas.
Contributed on Apr 7, 2003
As we witness Jesus trial before the Jewish council, we clearly see that no guilt was his; and yet, all guilt was his as well, for the Innocent One carried your guilt and mine to the cross.
Contributed on Apr 13, 2003
Like Barabbas we are worhty of God’s death sentence; but we, the rebels, are released, and Jesus is suffers our hell on the cross in our place as our Substitute.