Monthly Archives: March 2013

Holy Week – Saturday: Somewhere In the In-Between

A great tragedy happened Friday. Rabbi Jesus was crucified. Now it is Saturday and the disciples are overwhelmed with a grief words cannot express. Everything they possessed, everything they knew, everything they were, they put on the line to follow … Continue reading

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Holy Week, Thursday

Today marks the day Jesus was arrested. Today marks the day of divine surrender–the day where God in the flesh willingly submitted to His fickle and comparatively weak created ones to rescue us. It is the day where God whispered to … Continue reading

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Holy Week, Wednesday

The Cross of Christ is the marking of the turning of the old age–a world lost, broken and hopeless in rebellion, sin and death–into the new age–a world found, being redeemed and offered hope, freedom and life. So Church, imagine … Continue reading

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Holy Week, Tuesday

A cry of freedom only Easter brings: “We are not our own: let not our reason nor our will, therefore, sway our plans and deeds. We are not our own: lets us therefore not set it as our goal to seek what … Continue reading

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Holy Week, Monday

Each day this week I will offer a short reflection for Holy Week. These posts are the result of my own meditation. Though they will not necessarily track with the details of King Jesus’ last week, each will meet at … Continue reading

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