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Resurrection Reality

The disciples and early followers of our Lord asserted with a zeal born of heartfelt conviction that Jesus of Nazareth was a living Savior, not a martyred teacher and... Read More »

Wounded for Me

A man who was deeply troubled by his sins was having a vivid dream in which he saw Jesus being savagely whipped by a soldier. As the cruel scourge came down upon Christ’s... Read More »

The Cross and the Crown

On the day we call Palm Sunday the Lord Jesus presented himself to Israel as their king when He rode into Jerusalem on a donkey. Had He been astride a spirited horse, He would... Read More »

The Fairest

When I first became a Christian and started attending church at age nineteen, I immediately fell in love with singing the great hymns of the faith. My heart overflowed with joy... Read More »

Invisible Man

As a boy, I was fascinated by the book The Invisible Man. The main character played an elaborate game of hide-and-seek, staying just out of reach of mere mortals... Read More »

Soul Music

Soul music is a term adopted to describe popular black music in the United States as it evolved from the 50s, 60s, and 70s. It’s a style heavily influenced by gospel music.... Read More »

Magnifying Our Master

As a man of unwavering steadfastness, the apostle Paul had a fixed ambition. He spelled it out in his letter to the Philippians: “Christ will be magnified in my body,... Read More »

Keep On

“Keep on travelin’. Keep on . . .” sang the teenagers of the Dayspring Chorale. They had just sung the first five words of their Sunday evening concert when... Read More »

Just Imagine!

What will it be like when we see the Lord for the first time? The song “I Can Only Imagine” asks, Surrounded by Your glory,
what will my heart feel?
Will... Read More »

Glory Deflectors

Barbara Mertz has a complaint about Egypt’s Pharaoh Ramses II. In her book Temples, Tombs, and Hieroglyphs, archaeologist Mertz writes, “One gets so tired of Ramses;... Read More »