Monthly Archives: May 2021

Where You Go I Will Go (May 5)

Loyalty does not get the credit it deserves. It is a virtue both beautiful and rare in our culture.  The story of Ruth calls us back to rediscover this virtue. Continue reading

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Second Fiddle (May 4)

John the Baptist knew that he was called to play second fiddle. “He must increase, but I must decrease.”  John’s disciples struggled with fact that the crowds were now going to Jesus.  John assured them that this was just as God had ordained it.   Continue reading

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Born Again (May 3)

Jesus clearly teaches that we must be born again. There must be a spiritual rebirth to enter into God’s kingdom. It is a transformation that takes place when we place our trust in Christ and accept him as Savior and Lord.   Continue reading

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When Jesus Got Angry

The temple was to be a place of worship and prayer. It had become a smelly, noisy marketplace. The true purpose of the temple was being lost in the confusion created by sheep and cattle and doves and money exchange. Continue reading

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Behold the Lamb of God (May 1)

From the beginning to end, the Gospel of John paints a spectacular and exalted picture of Jesus. The testimony of John the Baptist is a case in point. What do we learn about Jesus’ identity through his testimony as recounted in the gospel of John? Continue reading

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