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Teachings of Jesus — Luke 19:11-27

It seems a significant number of folks don’t notice how the parable connects to the preface. Jesus was trying to help His disciples see that the He was not planning on instigating a regime change any time soon. In this … Continue reading

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Styling the Shepherd

Consider the first few chapters in Genesis. Think about it from a Hebrew mystical point of view. On the one hand, it’s plain that Creation is just a typical expression of God’s divine personality and character. We learn to think: … Continue reading

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Two-Fisted Prayer

With one hand we keep a grip on the anchor of our souls; the other reaches out to seize the world with redemptive power. Let’s remind ourselves that faith is a synonym for commitment and trust. In this case, we … Continue reading

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Jesus’ Brother against Materialism

I’m running through all my studies in the Jewish Christian Letters first for content before sending them through the grammar grinders. Yesterday I finished Hebrews and today I ran through James. I recall not so long ago a gentle dispute … Continue reading

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