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Quinquagesima, 2017

Quinquagesima, 2017
Rev. Benjamin Tyler Holt
Luke 18:31-43

All of Luke chapter eighteen is a discussion of faith. (It will be helpful for you to follow along in your Bible as we go.) 1,684 more words


What a Blind Man Wants

Which is better, do you think: to be the only blind person in a crowd of those who all see? Or the only One who can see in the crowd of those blind all their lives, never able to look past this very moment to the next which must follow? 53 more words


Dear Downcast Eyes

Dear Downcast Eyes,

I see you in church. You stand there going through the motions, mouthing the words to the songs. I know how you feel. 451 more words

My Confession

​Sunday service was about Luke 18, the Pharisee and the Tax Collector. For the first time in my life, God revealed my heart to me – I am a Pharisee. 201 more words


Receiving the Kingdom like a Child

I was mentioning to someone yesterday that my blog has become a book review site. This is extremely embarrassing for a self-proclaimed non reader so I felt compelled to write a bit about the passage we will be looking at during the Living Stones gathering today, Luke 18:15-17. 629 more words

Ministry Observations

Day 12: A Fighting Hope

“And he cried out, saying, “Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on me!” Then those who went before warned him that he should be quiet; but he cried out all the more, “Son of David, have mercy on me!”” ‭‭Luke‬ ‭18:38-39‬ ‭NKJV‬‬. 304 more words

365 Day Bible Challenge

Walk In Humility

Jesus simply asks us all to follow Him. He asks us to not be self-righteous but humble. There are many people that say they love God but also boast in their good works. 640 more words