A friend of mine, Jewish by birth, told me he was off to visit family during Passover. Unsure if I knew the history of the holiday, he told me how the Jews were slaves of Pharaoh and was rescued by God via a bunch of miracles. Then he added, “it’s all lies, anyway. Holidays are […]
Jesus Christ Our Lord Jesus Christ Our Lord Series Link The Gospel of Christ The Promise The Person The Crucifixion The Physical Resurrection The Preached Gospel and the Physical Resurrection Resurrection Ideas Have Consequences The Possibility of a Physical Resurrection Theological Necessity of a Physical Resurrection Dwelling on The Cross and the Empty Tomb The […]
Barring my faulty memory (and if I’m not lazy) I want to post prayers on Monday from all over Church History and then throughout the modern day, and then my own. This one comes from the Book of Common Prayer, on Easter.
John sits back, lowers the quill, strokes his beard and looks at the drying parchment. The introduction: finalized. The material: organized to steadily reveal flashes of glory. He remembers the means He used to glorify God…. …and he remembers how God the Father glorified Him. He died of His own volition; Pontius didn’t have a […]
The whole time that He was here, He kept saying that He wasn’t seeking His own glory. Others received glory from one another, but Him—not seeking to glorify Himself at all. Mindboggling, thinks John, utterly mindboggling. The one who has the right to stand in the midst of all and demand the glory from His […]