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Resurrection: Renewed Hope

1 Corinthians 15:35-49 In verses 12-34, we saw that bodies were not the problem. In fact what Paul taught us was that any idea of a body-less afterlife, where we are just floating spirits, destroys the gospel. And… Read More

Ressurection: Sacrifice

Many at this time are making huge sacrifices for the common good. Doctors, nurses, healthcare professionals, we thank God for them. And many more, police, supermarket staff, and so on. The sacrifices these people make are for our… Read More

Ressurection: The Firstfruits from the Dead

1 Corinthians 15:20-28 We live in a world ruled be tow heads, two men. The first head was Adam, and his disobedience brought death. Don’t we know such a world? Many, many people around the world are living… Read More

Resurrection: Certain Hope

1 Corinthians 15:14-20 Many people around the world at this time are searching for hope. The hope of a vaccine, a treatment, the hope that even in this time that we cannot be together, we will in a… Read More

Resurrection: Certain Grace

1 Corinthians 15:1-11 For the next three posts, we are going to take some time, to consider, what the resurrection means for us. At a time, in a world of uncertainty, let us consider the certain thing that… Read More

Sunday: Life

Luke 24:1-12 One of the most striking things about Luke’s first resurrection account is that absence of the resurrection. The resurrected Jesus does not appear until v. 15 and is not recognised until v. 31. The first 12… Read More

Saturday: Faith

Luke 22:50-56 “Jesus dies as a criminal, but is buried in honor.”[1] The description of Joseph comes as a surprise: Now there was a man named Joseph, a member of the Council, a good and upright man, who… Read More

Friday: Acceptance

Luke 22:63-23:56 Rejection has been the theme of these last few chapters, the Jews reject Jesus and Jesus rejects them. But the final conversation that Jesus has is one of acceptance, as Jesus is accepted by a criminal… Read More

Thursday: Obedience

Luke 22:1-62 The readings for the next two days are longer, and we will not look through all the detail. Perhaps, on your own, or with those in your family you could think more over the verses. But… Read More

Wednesday: The End

Luke 21:1-37 What does the future hold? I guess many of us are asking that at this time. The future seems far from certain. As Jesus approaches the cross, for his disciples, though they may be less aware… Read More