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Names of the Messiah: Everlasting Father

Category: Forgiveness, God, Healing/Renewal, Jesus, Relationships

December 15, 2019

Scripture: Isaiah 9:6-7 (NRSV) Paul Auster writes in his memoir The Invention of Solitude that, “You do not stop hungering for your father’s love, even after you are grown up.” Whether young or old, we...

Names of the Messiah: Mighty God

Category: Faith, God, Jesus, Miracles

December 8, 2019

Scripture: Isaiah 9:6-7 (NRSV) Human history has been the story about the quest for power and the discovery of power and the harnessing of power: manpower, firepower, horsepower, steam power, wind power, electric power, battery...

Names of the Messiah: Wonderful Counselor

Category: God, Jesus, Leadership, Wisdom

December 1, 2019

Scripture: Isaiah 9: 6-7 (NRSV) What’s in a name? Nothing defines us more in our lives than our name. When we name a child, we name them how we want to see the child. Sometimes...

The Lord’s Prayer: The Power and The Glory

Category: Death, Encouragement, Faith, Jesus, Prayer

November 24, 2019

Scripture: Matthew 6:13b (KJV) We love moments of glory, where we’re in the limelight, living life on our terms—doing it “our way,” rather than God’s way. But there’s a price to pay. “There is a...

The Lord’s Prayer: Deliver Us From Evil

Scripture: Matthew 6:13 (NRSV) Doesn’t it drive you nuts that it’s so dang easy to repeat bad habits and so darn hard to form good habits? There’s a reason for that: The costs of a...

The Lord’s Prayer: Forgive Us Our Debts

Category: Healing/Renewal, Jesus, Prayer, Spiritual Growth

November 10, 2019

Scripture: Matthew 6:12, 14-15 (NRSV) This is the hardest line in the Lord’s Prayer. Jesus gives us no wiggle room, no escape clauses. Our lips should tremble and our knees knock when we kneel for...