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See Me, Feel Me, Touch Me, Heal Me

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Michelle stopped me in the hallway following Sunday morning worship. Massaging her temples through a grimaced face said enough, though she whimpered a whisper— “Rev Rawle, I’ve been having migraines. 1,723 more words


5th Sunday of Lent: Ezekiel 37:12-14; Psalm 130:1-8; Romans 8:8-11; John 11:3-7, 20-27, 33-45 ~ raised from the depths

5th Sunday of Lent 

In the Name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Amen

Opening sentence and prayer:

Easter with its celebration of baptism is soon approaching. 1,122 more words

Life In Christ

Lord, Hear My Prayer

How often we have heard someone say in despair, “My prayers seem as if they only hit the ceiling.” In many cases that is just how far they go, for in Scripture we are told God does not hear the prayers of sinners, those with unregenerate hearts who have never bowed the knee in surrender to His Son. 360 more words

A Gracious God (from John 9, by Pastor Chuck Smith)

31 Now we know that God does not hear sinners; but if anyone is a worshiper of God and does His will, He hears him. 535 more words


Deacon Tom's Homily: 4th Sunday of Lent, Cycle A

My friends,
There are many who believe that some people are poor because they are bad. And there are those who think that prosperity in this life is a sign of God’s pleasure. 649 more words

Healing of the Blind Man

Reflections from John 9:1-34 Jesus Heals the Man Who Was Blind

The healing of the blind man was a pivotal teaching of Jesus. The Jewish leaders had added a rule to God’s law that said no healing was to be done on the Sabbath because that would be considered work. 799 more words

Our Lives Exist for the Glory of God (John 9:1-41)

Jesus sees the man blind from birth.  The disciples seem to casually comment on the man’s state in life.  Jesus responds that the man’s blindness from birth exists that God’s works might be revealed in him.  1,967 more words