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Fearful, Yet Joyful - A Reflection on Matthew 28:8-15 In my very abbreviated reflection yesterday, I had said that despite the current situation in the world, nothing should take away from the joy of the risen Lord. I had a…
Let's Get Healed Of all the things that God asks us to do, forgiving people who have hurt us is probably the hardest. Part of the reason for this is because the wounds that people cause are often very deep.…
TITLE - A Reflection on John 20:1-9 Easter Sunday   Today is the 12th of April, 2020 and it’s Easter Sunday. Despite the lock-down in many countries, and despite many of us locked-down alone, separated from our families, nothing should take away…
The Offenders “Again, truly I tell you, if two of you agree on earth about anything you ask, it will be done for you by my Father in heaven. For where two or three are gathered in my name, I…
Don’t Be Afraid - A Reflection on Matthew 28:1-10 I love angels. They make very dramatic appearances all over Scripture. They always comewith good news, but before they deliver this news, one of the first things they say is, “Donot…
Where are you? There is an extraordinary truth contained in today’s passage that we often miss. It is that God searches for us. We often believe that we have to go looking for God, and while this is undoubtedly true,…
Crowd Pressure - A Reflection on John 18:1—19:42 Pontius Pilate was the fifth governor of the Roman province of Judaea. Jesus was brought before him for trial, and of all the people involved in Jesus’ death, Pilate doesn’t seem like…
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