Monthly Archives: March 2018

Waiting

Waiting – Holy Week, Day 7 There in the ground His body lay Light of the world by darkness slain…* The followers of Jesus watched as Joseph of Arimathea and Nicodemus made haste to bury Jesus before the setting sun … Continue reading

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It Was the Lord’s Will

A choking grief blanketed Jesus friends as the savagery of Good Friday, Day 6 of Holy Week, finally ended with the light of day darkened into night. The unimaginable had taken them. They couldn’t block out the brutal images of … Continue reading

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Submitting to the Father’s Plan

Wednesday, Day 4 Silence Scripture records nothing on Day 4 of Holy Week. The day ends with a night of rest, the last Jesus would have before he died. By the time I am writing tonight, Jesus would have already … Continue reading

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God’s Kingdom First

Seek first God’s kingdom… Jesus (Matt 6:33) Recalling of the events of Holy Week requires eight of Matthew’s twenty eight chapters. Four and a half (Luke 21 -25) of those eight chapters cover the events of Tuesday, Day Three. As … Continue reading

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Getting it Right

Of first importance… Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem takes him to the Temple. In dramatic style, he sets the tone for the week. The coming days will be filled with passion and drama as Jesus takes on the Jewish establishment … Continue reading

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Remembering Palm Sunday

Today we remember Palm Sunday, named thus because those who welcomed Jesus into Jerusalem just prior to his crucifixion greeted him with loud shouts of praise, spreading garments and palm branches before him as he rode into the city on … Continue reading

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