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Tag Archives: John the Baptist
Mark 1:1-9 I think I have figured out why John the Baptist was such a radical person. Think about it. Who were his parents? Elizabeth and Zechariah. Zechariah was a priest, and it’s a lot of pressure, to be … Continue reading
Mark 1:14-20 The kingdom of God (which is the same thing as the kingdom of heaven) is one of my favorite topics. I think it was one of Jesus’s favorite topics. John the Baptist considered it a favorite … Continue reading
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
Matthew 11:2-11 Who is greater and who is least? Jesus is puzzling when he says, “Among those born of women no one has arisen greater than John the Baptist; yet the least in the kingdom of heaven is greater … Continue reading
Luke 3:7-18 Prepare the way of the Lord. The topic is repentance and how it’s used in Luke 3. John the Baptist tells the crowd to produce fruits worthy of repentance. Then he gives some examples to the people who … Continue reading