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The Cross and Glorification, Part III

Above:   A Crucifix

Photographer = Kenneth Randolph Taylor

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For Holy Wednesday, Year 1, according to the U.S. Presbyterian lectionary of 1966-1970

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Everlasting God, who delivered the Children of Israel from cruel captivity: 372 more words

Lent

Daily Devotional - Hebrews 5:12-14

In this passage the writer of Hebrews is offering a rebuke towards those people who have heard the Word of the Lord and who call themselves followers of God but who have not matured any in their faith. 328 more words

Daily Devotional

Daily Devotional - Hebrews 5:5-11

This passage from Hebrews discusses the great High Priest we have in Christ, who has assumed that role and so many others besides. Melchizedek is also mentioned in this passage and while that’s interesting, and I don’t really know that much about Melchizedek, the verses in this section that caught my attention today are verses 7-8 which, in the New International Version (NIV) are translated as: 500 more words

Daily Devotional

Daily Devotional - Hebrews 5:1-4

This passage from the beginning of Hebrews 5 leads us through a brief discussion from the writer of the Epistle concerning the Office of the High Priest and how they are chosen and how they should comport themselves among other people. 471 more words

Daily Devotional

Called (Hebrews 5:1-10)

In the first week of October this year, delegates from Lutheran congregations across Australia and New Zealand met in Sydney to discuss and decide on proposals made by member churches. 1,205 more words

Sermon

The Honour of God

This is the text of the message I prepared for Serviceton Shared Ministry for Sunday 21st October 2018, the twenty-second Sunday in Pentecost, Year B.  It was my first sermon in my new placement. 2,129 more words

A Do-Over for Deeper Delight

Hebrews 5:

  • I wonder how the writer of Hebrews felt. Wanting to say so many wonderful things (vs. 11), he was limited by the unjustified immaturity of his audience.
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Words Of Life