Monthly Archives: March 2013

First Things First

What are we celebrating today? A version of rejoicing in spring in the budding of trees, the blooming of flowers, and the renewal of the season? In 1 Corinthians 15:3-4 Paul takes you to the heart of the gospel he … Continue reading

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An Earthshaking Death

“They who are here, however, arise from the dead when Christ dies, and may remain here until after His glad passover day. Thus they establish a relationship between Christ’s death and resurrection, preaching the unity which exists between His state … Continue reading

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Triumphantly into the Temple

Jesus not only entered Jerusalem in a triumphal parade, he continued on into the Temple. As he continued his triumphal entry in to the temple (Matthew 21:12-17), his actions and words challenge you to re-evaluate how you respond to him. … Continue reading

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The first human words recorded in the Bible

In looking at material for our study of Genesis 2:8-15, I was struck by this comment: “The mysterious sleep suggests that Adam received revelation about the nature of the woman from God. After he awakes and God presents the woman … Continue reading

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Is God at Home in You?

Where is God? Where is God at home? Where does he live? In heaven? Everywhere? In church? In you? All of the above have some truth in them. In John 14:15, 21-24 Jesus tells you that God makes his home … Continue reading

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