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The Question That Can’t Be Avoided

When the Roman governor Pontius Pilate was faced with Jesus, he didn’t know what to do. He did not find him guilty of any crime. His wife warned him not to have anything to do with this righteous man because … Continue reading

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The Bearer of Good News

The Passion Week started with the generous Mary from Bethany anointing Jesus’ feet with her costly oil. It climaxed with the glorious resurrection and Mary Magdalene proclaiming the good news of the empty tomb. Since Mary had been set free … Continue reading

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The Women at the Cross

Each one of the Gospel writers mentions the women at the Cross. I was blessed this morning while meditating about these ladies, who loved Jesus just as much, or maybe even more than I do. I asked myself, had I … Continue reading

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