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Holy Week - Monday

Following the triumphal entry on Sunday, Jesus’ popularity is still high.  As Jesus leaves Bethany he places a curse on an unfruitful fig tree, an incident which he will explain later.  153 more words

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Palm Sunday (Sorry - a little late - read this one first)

It is late March and the Feast of the Passover is near.  The time has come for Jesus to be delivered up.  No Jewish feast is more important to the people, and no feat could be more appropriate for the culmination of Jesus life and ministry.   273 more words

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LifeWay Christian Resources has pulled all its ‘heaven tourism’ resources, reports Baptist Press.

The SBC resolution warned Christians against allowing “the numerous books and movies purporting to explain or describe the afterlife experience” to “become their source and basis for an understanding of the afterlife” and affirmed “the sufficiency of biblical revelation over subjective experiential explanations to guide one’s understanding of the truth about heaven and hell”. 215 more words

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Long time... Let's talk about The Walking Dead!

It appears that I took an extended sabbatical on my blog writing ‘career’. I guess it was due to the overloaded week before spring break and the anticipation for spring break in that week. 307 more words

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Biblical Fitness

Excellent post by Aimee Byrd @ http://www.mortificationofspin.org/mos/housewife-theologian

About four years ago, I decided it was time to get more seriously involved in a workout routine. Having been raised in a family that values physical fitness; I have always lived a somewhat active life. 724 more words

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The Great Day of Their Wrath (Revelation 6.12–17)

It has been said that God is slow, but never late. God’s slowness to fulfill his promise of a just world order redounds to the benefit of us sinners, who are given ample time to repent of the error of our ways. 509 more words

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O Sovereign Lord, How Long? (Revelation 6.9–11)

Submission, peacemaking, generosity, and hospitality all require patience: Patience with a corrupt government to reform, with the violent to act peaceably, with the poor to move from dependency to productivity, and with the sick to heal. 486 more words

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