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Heaven

January 13, 2019
Christians maintain the biblical hope that at their death, they will immediately go to heaven. Paul assures us, “To be absent from the body is to be present with the…
Julius Caesar instituted January 1 as the first day of the year in 45 BC. When Julius became the emperor, he inherited a calendar system that had all kinds of…
Following the biblical pattern, we see three entirely appropriate responses to Jesus’ birth: celebration, adoration, and proclamation. We should follow this pattern and make sure that they are part of…
At Christmastime, we usually focus on the facts surrounding Jesus’ birth. The angel told Mary and Joseph about the baby, they travel to Bethlehem, find no room in the inn…
In our passage today, we find that Jesus had been praying, and that led to the disciples asking him to teach them to pray. Jesus instructs his disciples in the…
We commonly disagree about what is important and what is secondary. Some things are necessary and needful, while other things, while they may be good, are not as important as…
In our passage today, a lawyer asks Jesus who his neighbor is, and Jesus responds by telling one of his best-known parables -- the story of the Good Samaritan. Even…
This time of year in our culture is largely dedicated to consumption. We are getting ready to consume vast quantities of food on Thanksgiving. We are preparing to buy loads…
In Luke 10:21-24, we find Jesus expressing his right to conceal and to reveal information to different groups of people. This rather short passage contains huge theological implications. The main…
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