Monthly Archives: February 2013

An Answer to Two Questions

In John 14:1-11 Jesus gives an answer to two questions (really a question and a request). The questions flow out of troubled hearts. The disciples had reason to be troubled. They had left their previous occupations and had become followers … Continue reading

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How Does the World Recognize You?

Is there something that we as a small congregation can do to make an impact on our community? How can we reach out effectively? Jesus, as recorded in John 13:31-38, gives you a simple yet powerful way of letting people … Continue reading

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Betrayal!

As you trace the journey of Dante, the great Italian poet, in the Inferno, the first book of his trilogy, you find him, led by Virgil, descending deeper and deeper into hell. At the lowest point, at the very center … Continue reading

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The Order of the Towel

What is real, genuine love? If you want to know, look at Jesus as he picks up a towel, recorded in John 13:1-17. I wish I could claim originality for the title, but remember that Jesus, in taking the towel … Continue reading

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