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Oh Jerusalem, The City of the Jews

Jerusalem is mentioned throughout biblical history, often being referred to as the “city of God,” or the “Holy City.” Jesus entered this city victoriously while people waved palm branches. Christians celebrate this event on what is called “Palm Sunday.” For thousands of years Jerusalem has been associated with the Jewish ...

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Arise and Shine–Expectantly!

On the Sunday before Jesus’ crucifixion, the crowds welcomed Him expectantly.  His popularity soared on that day–so much so that the people intended to make Him their king.  They were ready to force the issue, if necessary.   They cheered, applauded, and celebrated His entrance into Jerusalem by paving His way ...

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Modern Day Good Samaritan

Cissy Cartwright is a mail carrier who has been delivering mail for over twenty years in the small hometown of Hope Hull, in the county of Montgomery. She explained that delivering mail for so long allowed her to get familiar with everyone on her route, including 66 year old Tommy ...

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What if Jesus Lived Like a Celebrity?

A celebrity is a very popular individual, a V.I.P. (Very Important Person). He/she is famous, well known, and well loved. Jesus was and still is, all of the above. He was well known in Jerusalem, Samaria, Galilee, Egypt, and Judea to name a few places. He was loved by dozens. ...

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Live in the Triumph of the Cross

Triumphant living does not always have the ring-tone we long to hear.  Yet as Oswald Chambers says, “There is no majestic vitality and power of God in ‘suffering the will of the Lord.’ ”  So, when life feels less than majestically alive and powerful, how do we align our reality ...

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