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Good for Us

Saturday, April 15th, 2017


Why is Good Friday considered “good”?

Christ was betrayed by one disciple, denied by another, and deserted by the others. He was mocked and beaten, stripped and slapped, interrogated and jeered. He was declared innocent, but put to death anyway. The perfect became a sacrifice for the imperfect. He was forsaken by God, His Father. Body broken. Isolated and alone.

Why is this good? (more…)

Merry Christmas, everyone!

Sunday, December 25th, 2016


God grant you the light in Christmas, which is faith; the warmth of Christmas, which is love; the radiance of Christmas, which is purity; the righteousness of Christmas, which is justice; the belief in Christmas, which is truth; the all of Christmas, which is Christ.
– Wilda English

Women of the Word: Joanna and Susanna

Monday, August 29th, 2016


Joanna and Susanna are two women who are introduced in the book of Luke and served alongside Christ during His earthly ministry. Luke 8:3 describes Joanna as “the wife of Chuza, the manager of Herod’s household.” Susanna is mentioned alongside her, and Scripture says, “these women were helping to support them [Jesus and His twelve disciples] out of their own means.”

Luke 24:10 goes on to say that Joanna was among the group of women who visited Jesus’ tomb after His resurrection. This Scripture specifically mentions Mary Magdalene, Joanna, and Mary the mother of James, but it is possible that Susanna was among the “others with them” who told the apostles that Jesus was risen. (more…)

Women of the Word: Dorcas

Monday, July 11th, 2016


We read about Dorcas in Acts 9:36-43. Dorcas is a Greek name meaning “gazelle,” and Tabitha is the Aramaic version of the same name. Dorcas was a disciple of Jesus the Christ who lived in Joppa. She was known for her good works and for helping those in need. Acts 9:36 says that “she was always doing good and helping the poor.” When she became sick and died, those who knew her deeply missed her and mourned for her. Fortunately, Peter was able to raise her from the dead by the power of God and she was able to continue doing good works for many more years. Dorcas is a good example of how the life of every Christian believer should be – full of a living faith which manifests itself in good works for others and God. (more…)

Women of the Word: David’s Ten Concubines

Monday, June 20th, 2016


In Old Testament Biblical times, it was common for men to have one or more wives and also several other women who they were not married to. These other women were called concubines and had lower status than the wives. King Solomon is probably the most infamous for this practice. He had 700 wives and 300 concubines. Three passages in the book of 2 Samuel (15:16; 16:22; 20:3), however, tell us that Solomon’s father, David, also had his share of concubines.

When he was running away from his rebellious son, Absalom, David left ten concubines behind to take care of the palace. Absalom took revenge on David and raped all ten women in a tent on the roof of the palace, in the sight of all Israel. Absalom later died in a tragic way and David was able to come back to the palace. When he returned, he took the ten concubines and put them in a house to themselves. David continued to provide for these women, but they were kept in confinement till the day of their death, living as widows. (more…)

My Faith Rests In Christ

Tuesday, February 9th, 2016


Women of the Word: Apphia

Thursday, January 21st, 2016


Apphia was a Christian woman who was probably very much involved in ministry work. She is mentioned once in Philemon 1:2. In Paul’s letter, he first greets Philemon. He also greets Apphia and Archippus. Apphia was not Paul’s biological sister, but she was his “sister in Christ,” and she is our sister as well. We don’t know what she looked like or what she did, but we all share one thing in common – faith in Jesus. What can we take away from Apphia our sister? (more…)

Women of the Word: Abishag

Tuesday, January 19th, 2016


Abishag was a Shunammite woman who is mentioned in 1 Kings 1:3, 4 and 1 Kings 2:13-25. We know that she was young, a virgin, and very beautiful. In the old age of King David, she was “hired” to be a companion to him and take care of him. After David died, his son Solomon became king. But evidently one of his other sons, Adonijah, also desired to wear the crown (he had already tried – and failed – to take over the kingdom once before).

Because Abishag had been David’s partner before his death, she was an inheritor to the throne. If he married her, Adonijah thought that he would have an easier time getting rid of Solomon and making himself king. So Adonijah asked Bathsheba to ask Solomon could he have Abishag as his wife. When Solomon heard Bathsheba, he discerned the plot behind Adonijah’s seemingly innocent request (after all, he was the wisest man who ever lived). In so many words, Solomon’s answer was a big fat “NO!” Later, Solomon had Adonijah killed. And that was the end of that. (more…)

A Child Is Born for Us

Monday, December 21st, 2015


Who? A Child What? Is born Why? For us

In Christ You May Have Peace

Tuesday, December 30th, 2014