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The Hour is Now Here

They persecuted Him because He was healing on the Sabbath (John 5:16). But they were seeking all the more to kill Him because He was making Himself equal with God (5:18). And, let there be no doubt, that He did. … Continue reading

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The Veil Removed

He was not to be denied. Wouldn’t be ignored. Nobody, but nobody, was going to “Shush!” him. The blind beggar, Bartimaeus, saw an opportunity (pun intended). And by faith–a loud, boisterous, crying out faith–he was going to seize it. “Jesus, … Continue reading

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Majoring on the Minors

Though they should have been staring into his eyes, they were instead fixated on the mud stains on his shirt. Though they should have been in awe that his eyes were looking at them, instead they were enraged that it … Continue reading

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One Thing I Know

I appreciate a good debate. I admire those who can build an argument, precept by precept. Those who can verbally spar with others, making point and counter-point. Those who, at some point in the debate, leave their prepared notes and … Continue reading

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Eyes Opened Wide

That they would be desperate is not surprising. Don’t know how long these two men had been blind, but long enough to be sitting by the roadside begging. And you got to know that while they appreciated the alms that … Continue reading

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