Category Archives: Holy Week

Christians Are Not Perfect

Today I saw what seems to be a popular bumper sticker among some Christians it reads “Christians are not perfect, just forgiven”. I began to think a moment and while this is true, Christianity should never be taken for granted … Continue reading

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Our Forsaken Reality

Have you ever been forgotten?  I can remember when I was a little boy and I was waiting outside the school for my mother to come and pick me up.  We lived within walking distance, (all the kids did then) … Continue reading

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Stick to the Plan – HIS

We do not generally spend a lot of time talking about Judas, because he committed an unfathomable act of treachery. However, if we can step back for a second look, we may find a character who makes us squirm because … Continue reading

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A Profession without Practice

In nearly every church in America, pews fill with churchgoers who practice “religion” but they only do so on Sundays and before the pews are cold, before they leave the church grounds, they revert to their old ways of living, … Continue reading

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