For Those Who Know Not What They Do

The first words Jesus said from the Cross were these: “Father, forgive them for they know not what they do.” The sentence startles us because we understand so little about what’s really happening in our midst. To this point, Jesus had suffered through the miscarriages of Jewish and Roman justice...

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A Most Honest Prayer

“Help my unbelief.” This petition was presented to Jesus by a man with a demon-afflicted son. He had brought the boy to Christ’s disciples for deliverance. At first, no relief came. Then, Jesus showed up, fresh from His transfiguration on the mount with Peter, James, and John (see Mark 9)....

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Easter

Is America becoming a post-Christian society? What does it mean for us Christians? It directly affects believers who try to win lost souls because an unsaved person’s ground of decision making may be skewed or obscured in the river of moral relativism. See, much of contemporary thought leans toward “fate”...

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The Answer to Hosanna

Jesus arrived at Jerusalem on the foal of an ass. A young animal, never before ridden, was the vehicle of the King. No trumpets sounded to announce Him. No army preceded Him. No chariot was provided. This was as the prophet Zechariah said it would be: “Rejoice greatly, O daughter...

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