Category: Holy Week

  • Getting to Know Jesus: Isaiah 53

    As a prophet to Judah in the reign of the four kings, Isaiah speaks to the people with a voice of concern for their ways of living apart from God, while indicating future events that are about to happen. For instance, Isaiah prophesies about Babylonian captivity, while declaring God’s eventual provision to rescue. Throughout the […]

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  • Getting to Know Jesus: Matthew 12 (Older isolated chapter study, not apart of Matthew Commentary)

    This chapter in Matthew possesses an abundance of practical implications regarding the way we view God’s involvement in our daily lives. I know for me, there are moments when I am utterly confused at what God is doing. At other times I misunderstand God’s noble intention behind what He is doing. And it can be […]

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  • Hope of Heaven & The Hope of Christ: An Eschatological Imperative

    The topic of “heaven” is one of the most penned topics in the realm of prose and poetry, and one of the most illustrated points of artistry. Countless television shows describe individuals’ having out-of-body experiences involving heaven. Movies depict those who claim to have gone there. Heaven remains a fascination for humans. And while some […]

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  • Getting to Know Jesus: Luke 14

      The gospel of Luke is admired as one of the most beautifully written works of the Bible in its original Greek language. In English we lose the effect of his poetic style, but we glean the attributes of Jesus that Luke includes in his gospel account. As a medical doctor, Luke is very orderly […]

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