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Praying in Jesus's Name

From John 14:13,

Whatever you ask in my name, this I will do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son.

And John 16:24,

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The breaking . . .

Reading: Matthew 26:36-46; Philippians 2:5-8
Jesus had been telling them all along that the road they had been walking would end up at a cross. The disciples had continued to alternate between denial—and terror. 850 more words



Philippians 2:5-11

Jesus’ willingness to go to the cross is the supreme act of obedience. This passage from Philippians (a quote from a hymn really) celebrates that obedience and makes a very important connection. 224 more words

New Testament

Listen (Passion Sunday A)

This final Sunday in Lent is usually celebrated as Palm Sunday, but it does have an alternate liturgy that can be used that focuses on the passion. 204 more words

Year A

Our True Inheritance

Look at Philippians 2:1-11 (in essence):

Does your life in Christ give you strength and encouragement? comfort of love? fellowship of the Spirit? mercy and kindness?

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Obedience Of Christ

this is compassion

As you sit with me in concentration revealing true emotion, I look into your eyes and recognise myself reflected back.  I could be you.

This is not pity nor sympathy. 250 more words

Child Of God

"Sight, Sabbath, and Salvation"

Often we are blinded to unpleasant truths.
Open our eyes to suffering and injustice.
We are blinded to the beauty that surrounds us.
Help us to see past the flaws and recognize the perfection. 971 more words