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Notes on Matthew 26-28 (Easter)

For over a week I have been focusing my attention on the four gospel (Matthew, Mark, Luke and John) accounts of the fragrant anointing, the last supper, the betrayal, arrest and trial of Jesus, His death and resurrection. 88 more words

Word of the Day, April 21, 2014, Matthew 27:54

Word of the Day, April 21, 2014 

” He lives, He lives, Christ Jesus lives today!  He walks with me and talks with me along life’s narrow way.   484 more words

Torn in Two - Part 2 of Holy Week

Good Friday services are somber, dark, even dismal. How could it be otherwise, with Jesus hanging there, dying on the cross in a gruesome public execution? 24 more words


The second day . . .

Reading: Matt. 27:51-54, 62-66; Luke 23:47-52; John 19:31-39
Turn out the lights. Fade to black. The characters file off the stage. This story is finished—and the bad guys won. 959 more words


Between two worlds

The betrayals are done, the bruised body taken, the blood spilt, the tears wept.
The women and Joseph of Arimathea take care of Jesus broken body after the worse had been done. 166 more words


Passion Week . . . Good Friday

The blog entries this week will be much different. This paragraph will be atop each one in explanation of what follows, but as always my prayers will be with you as you read.  3,392 more words


The Walking Dead

Since it’s Easter, I have some open questions for my evangelical Christian friends about a puzzling passage from Matthew 27:45-54. Here it is in context: 745 more words