Tag Archives: humiliation of Christ

Because of His Reverence

A phrase in Hebrews this morning caused me to pause. Four words, I believe lifted off the page by the Spirit, which brought a realization. A realization that, if I’m honest with myself, I am probably more comfortable with the … Continue reading

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Our High Above God

“The LORD is high above all nations,” sings the songwriter. His glory is above the heavens. He is seated on high. If there’s anything we are to get about our God it’s that He’s a “high above” God. A lofty … Continue reading

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Destroy Jesus

There was no legal basis for their accusations. Nor any moral imperative that merited their rage and indignation. And, if the Roman governor had been versed in such things, he would have found that even their theological charges against Him … Continue reading

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A Kid in the Kingdom

This truth has manifested itself differently through the generations but it’s still an operational truth, little kids are down the food chain. In my day of being a kid, when the adults were gathered we were to be seen and … Continue reading

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The Sovereign and The Sinner

That He had even spoken to her shook the foundation of the current day’s social ethic of appropriateness. But not only did Jesus speak with the woman, He engaged her in discussion. They talked about satisfying physical and spiritual thirst. … 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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Fruit of the Womb

Jesus, Jesus, Jesus . . . there’s just something about that Name. So goes the Gaither chorus . . . and it never grows old or cold. There is something about the Name above all names that stirs the soul. … Continue reading

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