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Christian walk

We post both excerpts from the newly published devotional "Classic Christianity: A Year of Timeless Devotions, Vol 1 and Vol 2" and also about the "ah-ha" moments where God reveals Himself in our lives! Challenging everybody to get into God's Word everyday!

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Dec 23 2018, 08:00
​In our family, we call today "Christmas Eve-Eve."  It is a funny, left-over-from-childhood saying, yet it indicates that we are all leaning forward to the joy, the celebration, of Christ's birth. We long for that day, as we long for his return, because his coming changed everything - in an instant.In the instant that Jesus was born in that manger, time, and eternity changed. Even the little...
Mar 27 2018, 08:00
              By Monday, the party was over. The upcoming Passover Feast would commemorate the deliverance of the Children of Israel from Egypt. That particular Passover  also marked the closing period of Christ’s earthly ministry.             Jesus entered the very stronghold of His enemies when he came to Jerusalem. On Friday night and Saturday He stayed at Bethany, the home of Mary and...
Apr 14 2017, 17:31
 We wear tiny crosses around our necks not because Jesus died on one, but because He triumphed over one. That instrument of torture and execution, the roman cross, is now a symbol of love. Designed to humiliate and punish,  that cross showed the sovereignty of Jesus as He reigned there.First, He demonstrated sovereign grace. The first thing Jesus did when He got to the cross was to seek...
Apr 14 2017, 00:23
Maundy Thursday – also known as Holy Thursday – is the day we look back at the Last Supper and commemorate the last meal Jesus shared with his disciples. This was the establishment of the Lord’s Supper and the tipping point in the final days of Christ on earth. What a meal that was!It was at the last supper that Christ announced he would be betrayed by one of his closest associates, to the...
Apr 12 2017, 00:19
Holy Week. Passion Week. Paschal Week.Chances are, you have heard the week between Palm Sunday and Easter referred to in at least one of these ways. Holy – because the Holy Son of God entered Jerusalem hailed as a king, left it bearing a cross, and conquered it through death.​ Passion – not for the passionate, pure love He held, not for the outburst of emotion that carried him into the city...