The message is so simple we may miss it! Learning about God and his loving care for us, begins when we crawl into Jesus’ arms, relax and trust Him to hold us . . .
Month: April 2020
Psalms for Holy Week (III)
Easter Morning Part III: Psalms of Resurrection _______________ The Psalms have been the source of comfort and strength to Jews and Christians for centuries because they not only reveal truth about God and righteousness, but expose the heartfelt hopes, dreams, struggles, fears and emotions that are part of being human. Michael F. Bird points to Read More…
Psalms for Holy Week (II)
As Jesus bowed his head in death his final words were spoken, “Father, into your hands I commend my spirit (Luke 23:46).” This was his prayer of reunion. Having faithfully fulfilled the mission on which the Father had sent him, Jesus returned home to live forever with his Father.
Psalms for Holy Week
Part I: The Psalm of Abandonment _____________ Michael F. Bird asked a provocative but obvious question: “How did the early [church] preach about Jesus if they did not have a New Testament?” He answers his own question by pointing to the Old Testament, the only Scripture the church possessed in her earliest years. Particularly, Bird Read More…