He took some bread and gave thanks to God for it. Then he broke it in pieces and gave it to the disciples, saying, “This is my body, which is given for you. Do this to remember me.” (Luke 22:19) Read: Judges 2:10-3:31, Luke 22:14-34, Psalm 92:1-93:5, Proverbs 14:1-2 Relate: I first came up with the name…
No matter how the votes are cast, Christ is Victor.
Each of us has things God has called us to do. Each of us have unique talents and gifts that God can use in unique ways. Each of us are leaders if only we would step out of the boat.
You have rejected us, O God, and broken our defenses. You have been angry with us; now restore us to your favor. (Psalm 60:1) Read: Numbers 26:1-51, Luke 2:36-52, Psalm 60:1-12, Proverbs 11:15 Relate: In some Bibles right before reading today’s verse you might see something like this: For the choir director: A psalm of David useful for teaching, regarding the time…
I remember reading a while back an old article that used the early Batman TV show as an example of how violent television was becoming… The author who wrote the negative article about that show would have a heart attack watching the violence on Saturday morning cartoons in our generation, but we don’t even bat an eyelash.
The hyssop was a tool that demonstrated that life can begin again after the tragedy of death has struck. It is a tool that washes what it touches so that those who have become unclean need not remain so forever.
Icons. Images. However well intentioned, it is idolatry. I can’t just worship God however I feel like it. I must be obedient to what He has commanded.