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Luke 9 tells the story about a crowd, who had gathered to hear Jesus teach and became hungry.  You can only imagine the conversations going on between Jesus' team, the disciples, as well as between families and friends in...
Think on this . . . Luke (8) tells the same story as Mark 5, which we discussed in a few podcasts ago.  Today we are focusing on verse 50 when Jesus told Jairus, father of a dying girl, "Don’t...
Luke (7)  wrote about how Jesus’ cousin, John, questioned the identity of Jesus. John, in prison, asked his disciples to question Jesus to see if He was the Messiah, the son of God. We all question.  It seems reasonable.  ...
Luke (6) shared  a conversation between Jesus and some religious-rule-keepers. These are the ones who live in spiritual poverty, denying the wealth of entering a relationship with God.  It happened in the ancient days and it continues in today's world.   Those...
Think on this . . . Luke 5 :  New life.  New hope.  New faith.  New destiny.  New way of thinking.  New attitude.  New confidence.  New boldness.  New courage.  New way. Jesus compared new life as new wine, which does...
Think on this . . . I correlate surrender with the moment I was baptized at age nine.  I still remember the feeling of going under the water,  mindful of it being my public statement of giving my life...
Her books changed the way I lived my faith during my college years.  It was exciting to have her as a speaker at the conference I directed.  Her spoken and written words impacted all of us. So. I assumed she still...
Think on this . . . John the Baptist, Jesus cousin, prepared the way for Jesus’ message to be heard.  In Luke’s book, chapter 3, a revelation of the more of God.   The Word came to John in the wilderness. ...
Think On This . . .  We are blind to the full spectrum of reality until we see through faith.   Mark (10) wrote about a blind man sitting on the side of the road.  This scene is not unusual in...