Mud That Made a Man See

For a man near the Temple, the day started as every one of his days had started — in darkness. Born blind, he could recognize the sunrise only as he felt the warmth on his face. Never had he witnessed the dawn, the moment when light breaks over the horizon...

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Jesus Listened to His Mother

A wedding, and a small town wedding at that. Something really big happened in Cana of Galilee, a village on a hill outside of Capernaum. That’s the scene where Jesus, seemingly reluctantly, chose to demonstrate His miracle power for the first time. Simply, Jesus rescued a party. He did it...

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A Laughing Matter

Sarah laughed. She really couldn’t help herself. She had heard something remarkable; no, she’d heard something impossible. That’s the danger of being an eavesdropper, of trying to satisfy curiosity with the strain of the ear toward a conversation.  In such a case, one can never be quite sure as to...

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A Galilean Wedding

It is no coincidence that Jesus’s first miracle was performed at a Galilean (Cana) wedding. The wedding was the most important event taking place in the Galilean villages of Jesus’s day since it was to be celebrated by all. The entire church age as defined by the new covenant established...

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Little is Much

Little ones are the ones who know best the ways of the Lord. Jesus said so when He caught the disciples as they argued about who was the greatest among them. The Savior set a child there before them and proclaimed the truth that to such belongs the Kingdom of...

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