Monthly Archives: August 2012

Who do you think Jesus is?

“Who is Jesus?” is a divisive question. John’s Gospel, chapter 7, surveys a variety of opinions about who Jesus is, but not by way of offering a theological smorgasbord. Rather, the multiple answers to the question of Jesus’ identity are … Continue reading

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Are You Thirsty?

Here in the Willamette Valley we may find it more difficult to relate to drought, not only compared to some who live in other parts of our country, but especially to those lived in the arid Middle East. The theme … Continue reading

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Going up to the Feast of Tabernacles–or Not

Jesus forces you to make a decision about himself, his words and his works. He calls you to make a right judgment, John 7:24, but that right judgment about Jesus involves the whole direction of your life. It means choosing … Continue reading

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