Pressing Towards Pentecost

Surviving plagues, Lamb's blood keeping away death, seeing a sea parted and crossing on dry ground, bitter waters made sweet and being fed by miracle manna. Can it get any more memorable than this? The Hebrews had seen God do many things in a short amount of time, but now they are pressing towards their... Continue Reading →

God’s Calendar

What's today's date? What do you have going on for the rest of this week? Did you have to think about two different calendars? A family calendar and a work calendar? Does your fiscal year start at a different point than the new year? What's with all the questions? I wanted to prepare your mind... Continue Reading →

From Passover to Pentecost

When Jesus rose from the dead, He stayed on earth for forty days. There is not a detailed record of what took place during those days, but there is one insight that is fascinating to me. Luke 24:44-49 LSB "And being in agony He was praying very fervently, and His sweat became like drops of... Continue Reading →

Grace, Mercy, and Celebration

Throughout Israel’s history, we see neglect and return. Israel neglects the commands of God, repents, and returns to the ways of God. At times we catch ourselves judging Israel and thinking, how could a people who saw such great miracles so quickly turn from God? But in reality, we are no different; we often neglect... Continue Reading →

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