Tag: Lent

Why God Accepted The Blame

One of the beautiful elements of Christian theology is that injustice and evil do not have a final word.  Justice…

When Jesus takes our faith more seriously than we do

In my reading this week, I came upon this beautiful passage by Richard John Neuhaus.  In it, Neuhaus reflects on…

When You Break Your Lent Fast

I stumbled on this gem of a blog post by Kenneth Tanner on Patheos and had to share it.  If…

Rembrandt and the Cross

Surely he has borne our griefs and carried our sorrows; yet we esteemed him stricken, smitten by God, and afflicted….

Darkness and the Son of God

Passion Week has begun. In the Church, we move from a time of celebration, hailing the arrival of a Messiah,…

Finding Forgiveness At The Cross

At my church a couple of weeks ago we sang the below hymn from Charles Wesley and I wanted to…

Where’s God In Our Brokenness?

There once were two men who went to church. The first one dressed right and had the Christianese down.  He…

To Lent Or Not To Lent?

Today is Fat Tuesday, the day where you and I can get so much sin out of our lives that…

Only Assurance In Salvation

I was asked recently to explain how I know that I am a Christian.  Talk about a high-stress question!  It…

When The Easy Way Is Offered

Here’s something I have learned recently: Nothing of worth comes easy. Discipleship is difficult.  Sanctification is tough.  Conforming, slowly but…

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