Holy Week: Wednesday

Isaiah 50:4-9 is a beautiful example of how we are to be good servants
of the Lord. Woven into the passage are warning, instruction and hope.
If we listen to the Lord, He will teach us how

Holy Week: Tuesday

At the Last Supper, Jesus tells the Twelve that one of them will betray
Him. The Apostles are shocked at this revelation, and Peter is later
adamant that he would die for Jesus. Here we learn two very important
lessons. One, sometimes the enemy lurks among us and we have to be
watchful. As in the case of Jesus, we might not be able to escape the
enemy’s snare initially, but with foreknowledge and faith, we can


Holy Week: Monday

John’s gospel, 12:1-11, points out three interesting things that help to clue us in to Who Jesus is and what is about to happen. First, the gospel tells us that six days before the Passover, Jesus was in Bethany with Lazarus, Mary and Martha. It’s interesting that just a week before His own resurrection, Jesus visits the man who had already been brought back from the dead. Perhaps Jesus was trying to give His followers a reminder that being laid in the tomb isn’t necessarily the end.

Holy Week: Palm Sunday

It’s the first day of Holy Week. Today Jesus rides into Jerusalem on a donkey to shouts of hosannas. The world loves Him–both those who believe He is merely a talented prophet or healer and those who believe He is the Messiah. Regardless of the category into which the people fall, it will be only days before they are all clamouring for his death. Think about that for a moment. He is followed and adored just mere days before those same shouts morph into cries of, “Crucify Him!”

Jesus, Meek and Humble of Heart, Part 9

In this final day of our journey towards a greater humility, we ask Jesus to give us the grace to desire that others are considered more than we. As John the Baptist, we must seek the Lord first and allow Him to increase while we decrease.

Jesus, Meek and Humble of Heart, Part 8

The increasing popularity of social media has put focus on just how deep our “I trouble” goes. We’re constantly photographing ourselves and then checking to see how many people approve of the post—aka approve/like us.

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