Jesus had sparked such interest among the people that even the teachers of the law could not ignore him.
Jesus alone is the true light that illuminates all of humanity, whether he is celebrated or not, or even recognized or not.
This inspiring reading of Jesus sources its accounts from the Gospels, as it explores dimensions to his person with which we may be less familiar.
God has promised to weave every thread of our life experience into the tapestry of his plan.
As soon as we are fully conscious we discover loneliness. We need others physically, emotionally, intellectually; we need them if we are to know anything, even ourselves. (C. S. Lewis)
In times of uncertainty and doubt, where do we focus our gaze? Do we look to God?
What if within the fellowship of sharing in his sufferings is where the power of his resurrection becomes the most real and the most powerful?
A key building block in our theology of the body is the recognition that our physical bodies are signs to the world as we embody God’s saving purposes and his holy love.
When they came to the place called Golgotha, they crucified Jesus, along with two revolutionaries: one on his right, the other on his left.
Jesus knew that the time had finally come—the hour when the Son of Man would be glorified.