Tag Archives: Jeremiah

Transforming Our Pain

Scripture: Week 1 Transforming Our Pain Friday, February 26, 2016 One of the enlightened themes that develops in the Judeo-Christian scriptures and reaches its fullness in the crucified Jesus is the recognition of the transformative significance of human pain and suffering. We see this most especially in the four “Servant Songs” of Isaiah (chapters 42-53),… Continue Reading Transforming Our Pain

Love God in What Is Right in Front of You

Incarnation: Week 2 Love God in What Is Right in Front of You Sunday, January 17, 2016 The God Jesus incarnates and embodies is not a distant God that must be placated. Jesus’ God is not sitting on some throne demanding worship and throwing down thunderbolts like Zeus. Jesus never said, “Worship me”; he said, “Follow… Continue Reading Love God in What Is Right in Front of You

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