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  • The Last Supper

    Jesus looked around the Upper Room where he and his disciples had gathered to eat their Passover supper. Though they were unaware, he knew his time was near. Within hours, he would hang on a cross, dying an excruciating death for the sins of all mankind. On the third day, he would come gloriously back to life. His gaze found¬† Thomas who would doubt him, Peter who would deny knowing him, Judas who would sell… Read More

  • Tagged!

    It's been a long time since I last posted and kindly beg your pardon! But now my friend, Susan Baganz tagged me, inviting me to join the Sisterhood of the World Bloggers. So, thank you, Susan, for nominating me to this fun challenge! First, the rules: 1. Thank the blogger who nominated you. 2. Put the award logo on your blog.¬† 3. Answer the 10 questions sent to you. 4. Make up 10 new questions… Read More

  • Will You?

    In a recent reading on forgiveness, I was reminded of a relative. Through family stories during my childhood, I came to mistrust and then dislike him. It wasn't until years after his death that God took the matter up with me. By that time, I was a grown woman with a husband and a baby. While walking to work one day, I heard these words in my heart. "It's time to forgive. Will you?" I… Read More

  • What Amazing Love!

    I'll never forget the evening Jim and I watched Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" at our local movie theater. As we exited with other patrons, no one uttered a word! What we had just witnessed on the screen--the unvarnished horror Jesus' sufferings--had stunned us to silence. As I recall the movie's content, all I can say is, "What amazing love God has for us!" That Jesus would willingly suffer such a horrible death… Read More

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