Monthly Archives: March 2020

Psalm 102

The beautiful Psalm for today’s readings was incredibly powerful… Refrain. O Lord, hear my prayer, and let my cry come to you. O LORD, hear my prayer,and let my cry come to you.Hide not your face from mein the day … Continue reading

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Blame

“Let the one among you who is without sinbe the first to throw a stone at her.” John 8:1-11 tells the story of the prostitute that the Pharisees brought before Jesus to trick Him. They were eager to see how … Continue reading

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Sitting on the Sideline

John 7:40-53 We find Nicodemus in the scripture today. He subtly stands up for Christ in this story. His question, “Does our law condemn a man before it first hears himand finds out what he is doing?” Nicodemus is using … Continue reading

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Defend Us in Battle

Over the last few days, this has been my go-to prayer after my prayers.

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When the World Wept

When the world wept,Its tears filled the earth.The oceans overflowedAnd the lakes turned into rivers.When the world wept,Some people cried out for helpOthers prayedA few ignored it allWhile some rejoiced in the life they had lived.When the world wept,Some people … Continue reading

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Take up Your Cross and Follow Him

Matthew 16:24 “Then Jesus said to his disciples, ‘Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross and follow me.’ I can honestly say I never recognized the meaning of this statement until the last … Continue reading

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Plans, Plans, and more Plans

Planning out my future has been a true delight to me. I love to make great plans about what will happen to my family, where my job is going, and most of all what I can do with my money. … Continue reading

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Foundation of Faith

John 4:43-54 Today’s message is the story of the royal official whose son had become ill. The man went to Jesus to beg him to heal his son. Jesus said to him, “Unless you people see signs and wonders, you … Continue reading

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Seeing the Miracle

Yesterday I had a hard time shaking the feeling of despair. When I glanced at the headlines, I found nothing positive. It was such a skeptical view of the world using numbers and statistics to fuel the fire. Even a … Continue reading

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Opening my Heart to Easter

Hosea 6:1-3 “Come, let us return to the Lord.He has torn us to piecesbut he will heal us;he has injured usbut he will bind up our wounds.After two days he will revive us;on the third day he will restore us,that … Continue reading

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