Monthly Archives: June 2012

The Battle Is Still Raging

Yesterday, in Mark 9:14-29, we saw that when Jesus and the three disciples descended from the Mount of Transfiguration that they found the other disciples embroiled in an argument with the Scribes. The argument probably centered over the question of … Continue reading

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The Transfiguration

Yesterday morning, in Mark 9:2-13 we looked at the story of the Transfiguration of Jesus.  I admit that, as I used to work my way through my reading of the gospels, that I always used to think that the story … Continue reading

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Oh, Worship the King

Here is another one of my favorite hymns. It was written by Robert Grant in 1833. I love this hymn because it presents such a beautiful and balanced reflection on both God’s majesty and his grace. O worship the King, … Continue reading

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Unexpected

Yesterday, as we looked at Mark 8:31-9:1, we saw that Jesus (as the Messiah) was not what people were expecting. His mission was not to liberate the Jews from Roman oppression. Rather, he was on a much bigger mission, to … Continue reading

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How Deep The Father’s Love For Us

Here are the lyrics to one of my favorite worship songs. Even though this song was written by Stuart Townend in 1995, it is really a hymn. There is some rich and deep truth in this song. I think that … Continue reading

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The Fight of Faith

Yesterday morning we looked together at Mark 8:11-30. As we looked at the passage, we considered the fact that the Christian life is not only begun by faith, but that it is lived out by faith. This is why Paul … Continue reading

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