Contributed by Kent Kessler on Mar 24, 2007
When do things make all the difference? When we are moved to laugh or cry, when we are celebrated or sacrificed for and when we believe.“Why The Cross Makes All The Difference” describes the cross from three perspectives: Jew, Gentile, and the Believer.
There are just some times in our day where things make a difference. Take them out, things go wrong. Add things in, and things go wrong. There are just certain things needed to make a day a good day. Like the correct ingredients in baking a cake or cookies or a roast—the correct ingredients and the