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Matthew 13: 24-30, 30-37 It’s time for all the wheat and tares of the pre- and post-Jesus tradition to be sorted through by current day messengers/angels of God. The wheat should be stored in a place where people can … Continue reading
John 14:15-21 “If you love me, you will follow my teachings.” What were Jesus’s teachings? Trust in God. Trust in Jesus. Love your neighbor, love your enemies, love each other. Trust and love. Do the right things that are … Continue reading
John 4:5-42 The woman at the well met Jesus and then brought the good news to her community. A woman who had already had five husbands, and was living in sin with a man. She’s not remembered for her lifestyle. … Continue reading
John 3:1-17 How do you know if you’ve been born again? I think it’s easy to know. The Bible says the result (fruit) of receiving “the Spirit” is love, peace, joy, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. These … Continue reading
The Bible is a poetic, figurative, metaphorical, and mystical book. How else could you understand “Let the floods clap their hands; let the hills sing together for joy” (Ps. 98:8) or “Let the heavens be glad, and let the earth … Continue reading
I learned a deeper meaning of repentance this week. In a nutshell it means “returning to the image of God – oneness, unity.” I also learned that 60+ per cent of the universe is made up of … Continue reading
Luke 12: 49-56 The ELCA has a new presiding bishop. May the Holy Spirit work through her to bring in the kingdom of God during her term in office. Yes, I believe the Holy Spirit can work through a … Continue reading