Tag Archives: Good Friday

The End

When you said, “It is finished,” What did you mean? Were you referring to Our hope? You were supposed to Be the one who wiped out evil, But it sure looks like Evil won. Our sin? It makes no sense … Continue reading

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Tetelestai – I’ve Done What I Came Here to Do

As recounted by the Apostle John, the last thing Jesus says on the cross before he dies is the Greek word tetelestai, which is commonly translated as, “It is finished” (John 19:30). What did he mean by this? That this … Continue reading

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In the Midst of the Storms

Well, it’s Good Friday. The worst thing humanity has ever done–we killed God–happened on this day. What’s so good about that? Let’s come back to that. Bad things are happening. The worst of the pandemic in the U.S. may be … Continue reading

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Trust Like Manna Falling from Heaven

Where is God in times like these—personal, national, or global challenges? I trusted Him yesterday, but where is He now that I’ve lost my job or health or <fill in the blank>?? He is here with us, as He always … Continue reading

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