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Baptism or Compassion?

Matthew 3:1-12 I happen to be on vacation where it was 86 degrees today, but I wanted to submit a translation for the week. I’ve dealt with the kingdom of heaven before in a full length book and in several … Continue reading

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Born of Water and Spirit – Meditation

John 3:1-17  “No one can see/understand the kingdom of God without being born again.” “No one can enter the kingdom of God without being born of water and the Spirit.”       My readings into Aramaic offer a new translation/interpretation of … Continue reading

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Doing Your Part in Baptism

  Mark 1:4-11      Baptism is one of the rites Christians around the world share in common. It’s one thing that unifies us. If you meet a Catholic in Nova Scotia. He was baptized. If you meet a Pentecostal in … Continue reading

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Doing Your Part in Baptism

Mark 1:1-8                                                   Baptism is one of the sacred rites Christians around the world share in common. It’s one thing that unifies us. We can all say we were baptized in Christ. If you meet a Catholic in Nova Scotia, … Continue reading

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Baptism – Sweet or Dill?

  Matt. 3:13-17      I was having a discussion with my mother several years ago. I think I was about 52 years old. I was attending the Lutheran seminary at that time and some of the professors were really big … Continue reading

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