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I Peter 3:15

“Why do you follow Jesus–why are you a Christian?” Invariably, you will at some point in your life be asked this question, and even if you aren’t, you should know the answer for your own sake. 1,461 more words

Lent 5: Beware the Ides of March

This week I spent some time at the nursing home. It happened to be the 15th March, also known as the anniversary of the death of Julius Caesar. 363 more words

Sunday Sermons

Finding the Lost Worlds - Part 3 - The Lifetimes of Herod and Christ

Julius Cesar’s Death Starts the Pax Romana

Julius Cesar began a dynasty that lasted throughout the New Testament period.  His death in 44 BC on the famous “Ides of March” began a chain of events that would change the destiny of Rome as it moved from a Republic to an Empire.   734 more words

Et tu, Brute

He pulled the trigger with words, heart set aflutter like birds. Thoughts scattered like herds. Emotions stirred.

Heavy-lead-en, piercing through with each syllable. I ignored that sign so visible. 126 more words

Poetry

Et Tu Brute?

As the lore goes, when Julius Caesar was being assassinated by his senators, he was resisting them. It was only when Marcus Brutus, his friend, companion, guide and confidante – a man he trusted beyond measure, stabbed him that he resigned. 177 more words

Waiting Room