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Know God in a Year #13 The First Born

05/09/2018

A baby’s cry pierced the stillness of the temple. It was Jesus’ eighth day and He had just been circumcised as a promise to obey God’s law. An infant promising? Perhaps it was more for the  parents to promise to teach him God’s law. Boundaries are so important to child development and safe feelings. Every […]

Know God in a Year #237 So Why Isn’t the War Over?

03/20/2018

Unfortunately, when Jesus died this long controversy between God and Satan wasn’t over. Jesus had won the war, but huge questions lingered in the universe–especially about death. Unless answered, evil would survive to rise again. Security means full transparency. Even the walls of the New Jerusalem are described as transparent.* God had been operating with […]

Know God in a Year #204 New Symbols of New Life

02/01/2018

The system of ceremonies pointing to Jesus’ death for 4,000 years is ending. The lamb provided by God is fulfilling it, offering the gift of His Life and Presence. After accepting instruction that serving in no way detracts from dignity, and having their hearts washed, the disciples feel clean–forgiven. In their new state of humility and […]

Know God in a Year #237 So Why Isn’t the War Over?

03/21/2017

Unfortunately, when Jesus died this long controversy between God and Satan wasn’t over. Jesus had won the war, but huge questions lingered in the universe–especially about death. Unless answered, evil would survive to rise again. Security means full transparency. Even the walls of the New Jerusalem are described as transparent.* God had been operating with […]

Know God in a Year #204 New Symbols of New Life

02/02/2017

The system of ceremonies pointing to Jesus’ death for 4,000 years is passing away. The lamb provided by God is fulfilling it, offering the gift of His Life and Presence. After accepting instruction that serving no way detracts from dignity, and having their hearts washed, the disciples feel clean–forgiven. In their new state of humility and […]