Holy Week: Day Three: Tuesday Teachings (Part 2 of 2)

Holy Week: Day 3: Tuesday (con’t) To say Jesus taught a lot during His last Tuesday (of his earthly ministry) is an UNDERSTATMENT!!!!  And, yes, while it is a lot to taken in; it is very important. Warning Against the Teachers of the Law Mark 12:38-40 ; Matthew 23:1- 40:  Boy did Jesus ever let those Pharisees have it!  It is not hard to see the righteous … Continue reading Holy Week: Day Three: Tuesday Teachings (Part 2 of 2)

Holy Week: Day Three: Tuesday’s Teachings (Part 1 of 2)

Holy Week: Day 3: Tuesday Okay you all, this one is a big one, a long one. Tuesday seems to be the day Jesus did the most preaching and teaching. Now, considering Jesus knows His time is coming to an end, I can only surmise that his last “sermons” have great significance, and,therefore, should be closely studied. Mark 11:20-26 (NIV): In the morning, as they … Continue reading Holy Week: Day Three: Tuesday’s Teachings (Part 1 of 2)

Throwback Thursday: Faith Without Action is Dead

Once again, it is Throwback Thursday, and I have decided to share a blog from April 2014.  Why?  Well, I guess you can say I’m still finding myself in the same place: stuck and frustrated.    I guess you could say I need to learn to take my own advice. Faith Without Action is Dead: originally posted April 29, 2014: You ever feel frustrated, frustrated … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Faith Without Action is Dead

Scrutiny of “the Church” and Christianity is running rampant.  Christians are rapidly turning on fellow brothers and sisters.  Even in my own Bible Study class, it seems we all have a different view of sin.  I’m not talking about those who don’t know the Lord, but the sin among believers. Are we always going to be sinners? Does God expect us to sin? Is it possible to … Continue reading