Category Archives: John

Of the Truth

The celebration nears. The remembrance of a birth is less than two weeks away. For many it’s about family and traditions, with little significance beyond that. For others, it includes the heart-warming folklore of the “No Room Here Inn,” a … Continue reading

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They Bound Him

The humiliation would only intensify. The Prince of Life would stand before whitewashed tombs full of dead people’s bones and be questioned about His teaching. The King of all Nations would be dragged before a mealy-mouthed Roman governor and challenged … Continue reading

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Cause or Effect? Yes!

The love of God . . . that’s what I’m noodling on this morning. Continuing my reading in John 16 as Jesus prepares His disciples for the worst night of their lives and the best day to follow. And in … Continue reading

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Abide in My Love

Said to them, but written for us. They were the actual recipients of Jesus’ words, but what was true concerning the disciples is also true of us. And it’s the stuff that makes for a full meal. And yet, it’s … Continue reading

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Job and Jesus

Back in routine (sort of) after spending the latter part of last week back in B.C. with my grandkids (their parents were there too . . . I think). And, this morning, I’m partaking of Job and Jesus. I’m keenly … Continue reading

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Wash My Feet

Often, I think I jump to what I need to do rather than just chew on what He’s done. I rush to practical application, brushing past the wonder of incarnation. Ready to imitate, before I take time to meditate. Such … Continue reading

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The Works of God Displayed in Him

Had he known, would it have made it any easier to endure? If his parents had seen the plan for their son’s life, would it have lessened the extra weight of caring for a child without sight or helped to … Continue reading

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