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Why Jesus Chose Mary Magdalene

  She was desperate. Sleep had evaded her. But the dark night sky gave way to a deep blue hue and the hope of a new day. She could go now. Though weary, Magdalene would be the first one to the tomb. She knew exactly where they had placed Him, and she had a job to do. She would prepare …

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Bite of Bread, Jesus, Uncategorized

Bite of Bread: Who was Jesus? (Preparing for Christmas)

My prayer for us, “Dear Lord, thank you for coming. Thank you for stuffing all your glory into a little baby–a baby boy born to save the world. It’s really beyond our understanding. But I pray that by your grace we will be given deeper insight with each “Bite” this week. Help us understand who your son, Jesus, was and …

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Bible Reading Plan, Jesus

Bite of Bread: Spending the Week with Jesus (March 24-30)

    What’s your favorite story of Jesus? Is it His birth? Is it when He healed the demon possessed man in the caves? Is it when He called Lazarus out of the grave? What about the time a woman who had been bleeding for 12 years reached out and touched the tassels on His prayer shawl? She knew she was healed …

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Bible study, Jesus, Uncategorized

Word Wednesday: The Changing of God’s Heart/ Chestotes

  “But when the kindness and love of God our Savior appeared, he saved us, not because of righteous things we had done, but because of his mercy.” ~Titus 3:4         Kindness. A good friend of mine always speaks of the kindness of the Lord. “He’s so kind,” she says. I can hear (through the phone) her smile …

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Circumstances, control, death, Destiny, Jesus, living

What Would You Do Differently Today?: A Poem about living

  If you knew the number of your days. If nothing seemed to be going your way. And pain and strife were your middle name What would you do differently today?     If Elohiym had whispered to you That in a few days He would choose To bring you home rather than rescue you What would you do?   …

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