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Jesus’ Temptation and Ours – Hebrews 4:14-16

There’s a common, but false, idea out there which thinks that “Normal” in the Christian life is a life of ease – that it is a life of uninterrupted smooth sailing, such that if trials and difficulties comes, if failure or struggle comes, if hardship comes, then something’s wrong … “Normal” has been interrupted, and so we assume…

God’s Living Word – Hebrews 4:12-13

When someone is important to you, their words will be important to you.  How you listen to somebody reveals in some degree how important that person is to you.  The Bible is God’s Word.  It is God speaking to you.  How you respond to His Word, the Bible, is how you respond to God Himself.

Shepherds & Shepherding – 1 Peter 5:1-11

In his words of exhortation to the leaders of the Church, Peter is writing to people who are suffering and who will be suffering more in the future .. it will be like a fiery ordeal.   Therefore it is necessary for elders to be good shepherds, exercising humility; being sober-minded and watchful, resisting the devil…

Bondage Breaker – Mark 5:1-20

In considering the event of Jesus healing a demon possessed man, we are faced with a question .. who is this story intended to speak to?  Is there a message here only for those who are demon possessed, or is there a broader application?  If there is Gospel here, good news, who is it for? …

Longing for Rest – Hebrews 4:1-11

Rebecca Pippert recounts the story of one individual coming to faith in Christ, where it required the individual to become homeless, to flee the environment she was currently in.  To Pippert’s surprise, the next day she observed the woman, suitcase in hand, a smile on her face, and tears in her eyes. This is a…

Life in the Desert – Hebrews 3

Chapters 3 and 4 of Hebrews are written to Christians who are experiencing the lows of life, who are profoundly experiencing what it is like to live in a fallen, broken, sin-filled world.  These chapters teach us to not despair, even in the lows, because our ultimate hope is not in this life.  It is…

Jesus’ Great Salvation – Hebrews 2:5-18

In the 19th century, a Catholic priest, Father Damien, was known as the apostle to the lepers.  Leprosy was a problem in Hawaii at the time, and in order to prevent it’s spread, lepers were quarantined in a remote place, with little assistance from the outside world.   Realizing it was a death sentence, the Catholic…