When Jesus taught who he was based on the Scriptures, what did he mean? What was he using? Isn’t it the New Testament alone that tells of him?
“He is not here!” The angel’s announcement is a confession and revelation. As is the stone being rolled away.
John tells us that people were following Jesus because of the signs he did. But the signs pointed to something greater. They themselves were not the point.
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When we worry, we fixate on everything except for the one thing our mind is supposed to be fixed upon.
We are beggars before God. And Jesus tells us in Matthew 5 that this is a good thing!
When Jesus draws near to Jerusalem the week before his crucifixion, he isn’t just approaching a city. He’s drawing near to our salvation.
Just like Zacchaeus, we try to climb up to see God. And we’re often more creative than just climbing a tree.
What matters most about death for the Christian is that resurrection follows. Resurrected as Christ was resurrected.
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