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Jesus was a great healer. He was capable of casting out demons. The wise men, through methods traditionally condemned by institutional religion, knew of his birth. They brought him expensive healings oils. Somehow they were convinced this would … Continue reading
Luke 17:11-19 Most of Jesus’s story about healing the ten lepers is easy to understand. But it’s the last line of the story that has always been confusing for me. Jesus said to the foreigner, “Your faith has made you … Continue reading
Matt. 11:16-19, 25-30 I posted one idea on this text for Matt. 11:16-19, 25-30, but I had another thought about it today as I researched some of the Greek words again. I now think it has to do with belief … Continue reading
Matt. 2:1-12 There are many theories of the meaning and symbolism for why the wise men brought gold, frankincense, and myrrh as gifts to the baby Jesus. All three gifts were typical offerings and gifts given to a king. Gold … Continue reading
In Matt. 9:35-10:1, 5-8 and Luke 4:23, Jesus sent his disciples into the towns and villages to heal every disease and every sickness. And they did it! How did they do that? Did Jesus wave a magic wand over … Continue reading
I’m reading Marianne Williamson’s book, A Return to Love: Reflections on A Course in Miracles. Today, she’s talking about how the ego within us is always seeking separation while the Holy Spirit within seeks oneness, the healing of our … Continue reading