Tag Archives: Mark 8:27-38

The great and the good

And now Jesus was stuck on the floor with a sleeping baby, his hands full, his feet with no feeling left in them, and the child’s mother had gone back to work. There was nothing for it but to continue to wait on the baby, serving it with patience and with love. … Continue reading

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Love, lies, and blessing

We can protect our tongues from bitterness and our souls from shame by keeping to the truth, and holding fast to the hope that Christ has set before us, and following him, step by step, word by word, in the way of the cross, the way of God’s unimaginable love, for all whom God has made in the image of the living God. Continue reading

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Who do you say that I am?

free speaker, freedom fighter, freak, felon, rabble rouser, innocent, manipulator, incarnation, martyr-maker, messianic prophet, faker, visionary, revisionist preacher, pacifist, agitator, egocentric, faithful saviour, Son of God, Son of Man, who do you say I am?

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