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Metanoia and Forgiveness in Luke 24

Luke 24:44-53     There are several things to note in a re-translation of Luke 24:44-53. This is what people call the Great Commission in Luke’s Gospel. The key words I’ve changed are noted in the footnotes and explained. They include … 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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Reformation is Returning to God

       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

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Be the Light

  Luke 3:7-18                                                   Friday morning, my wife and I left the house at nine o’clock to spend the day in Nashville. She had lunch with friends she used to work with, and I had lunch with my good friend that … Continue reading

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Fruits Worthy of Repentance

  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

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