Good Friday. It was the last Passover before His death. Jesus held Himself in His own hands and broke what He held as bread for the world. No one made Him do it. He laid His life down of His own accord, and when He was ready, He took it up again. When Abraham was told by God … [Read more...] about Broken Bread
Just a Thought
For better or worse, sometimes I only have a single, unqualified thought. This seemed as good a place as any to drop off some shareable quotes, poetry and a nuisance idea for those who need a shot.
There is an old saying that, "You become like the people you hang 'round." This is true, as far as it goes - which is usually downward. Holiness is not contagious. But Man, in his fallen state, can and will pollute what he touches. Throughout scripture, goodness is not the … [Read more...] about On Being Made Clean
What should the world see when it looks at us? It should see Jesus Christ. Not a list of man-made regulations under which to bury Him, and not something approximating Oprah at a rave party. Our actions and our speech are always pointing somewhere. Either we are saying and … [Read more...] about Full of Grace and Truth
When I first entered into the ministry I either stumbled upon or was given, some sage advice. Every few years this old friend makes a return visit to keep me mindful of how to navigate life's greasy bits and stay focused on the call that God places on each one of us. Stick … [Read more...] about The Devil Has Rabbits
The Good News is that Jesus is Lord of heaven and earth and that all the kingdoms of this world are His. He is not wringing His hands in heaven, hoping you will pick Him among the gods. He already reigns over all. But when we bring the good news to others, what are we hoping … [Read more...] about Jesus Among the Pick ‘n Mix