Monthly Archives: March 2018

Jesus’ Aunt

Saturday, March 31                           Being present at the crucifixion of Jesus was risky.  To show any sympathy for a Roman convict could have dire consequences.  There’s not too … Continue reading

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A Special Sabbath

Thursday, March 29                       John’s account of Jesus’ death includes facts that are not in the other gospels.  The entire gospel of John shows that John was a stickler for … Continue reading

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Holy Father

V Wednesday, March 28                      John 17:11.  “. . . protect them by the power of your name—the name you gave me.”  I have trouble understanding this verse.  The English wording … Continue reading

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No Longer Servants

Tuesday, March 27                    In the upper room discourse:  “If you love me, you will obey my commands.”  For Jesus to make that same statement three times in one teaching session (John … Continue reading

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Preparing for Trauma

Monday, March 26                    When Jesus was about to face the cross, the disciples were apparently totally unaware of it, nor that it would occur the next day.  Jesus perhaps had perhaps … Continue reading

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The Gift of Prayer

Sunday, March 25                     There are a lot of excuses for not praying.  One of them is that it is time consuming.  It doesn’t take much thought to realize that it’s … Continue reading

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The Weaker Sex

Saturday, March 24                       Throughout the centuries, women have been referred to as the weaker sex.  A lot of women, especially in the modern world, would like to prove otherwise.  … Continue reading

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