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Miriam celebrates the Exodus (Exodus 15:1-21)

Miriam was the elder sister of Moses. Along with him and her brother Aaron, she was sent by God to help bring Israel out of Egypt (Micah 6:4). 262 more words

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The Agony in the Garden (Matthew 26:36-46)

On the night before his death, Christ went with the apostles to the Garden of Gethsemane to pray. Faced with the prospect of his upcoming death, Christ became “grieved and agitated.” All alone while the apostles slept, he prayed three times: “My Father, if it is possible, let this cup pass from me; yet not what I want but what you want.” 219 more words

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Our first real day out and about in London with a guide let us see some very impressive architecturally designed structures. One that I was the most intrigued by was the Albert Memorial, which was done in a Gothic Revival style. 139 more words


Abraham sacrifices Isaac (Genesis 22:1-19)

The moving story of the sacrifice of Isaac is rich in significance. The book of Genesis tells us that God told Abraham to sacrifice his beloved son Isaac to him, on Mount Moriah. 304 more words

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Christ is arrested (Matthew 26:47-56)

Christ spent the last night before his death praying with the apostles in the Garden of Gethsemane. That same night, Judas Iscariot – also one of the apostles – arrived with a band of soldiers sent by the chief priests. 194 more words

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The Seven Penitential Psalms (Psalms 6; 32; 38; 51; 102; 130 and 143)

The Seven Penitential Psalms are seven prayers of repentance that are found throughout the book of Psalms. They were traditionally considered to have been written by King David, who repented of the sin of adultery and was therefore viewed as a model penitent. 199 more words

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The Steel City's garden of rest: Sheffield General Cemetery

Sheffield, in south Yorkshire, is famous around the world as a centre of steel production – stainless steel was invented in the city in 1912 and many thousands of the city’s residents worked in crucibles and factories producing steel and steel products such as cutlery and weapon components.   1,789 more words