[This is part two in a series I’m doing following Holy Week in the Book of Mark. You can see part one here.] Jesus Curses a Fig Tree and Cleanses the Temple Here we get to see the beginning of a classic example of a “Markan Sandwich.” Mark was a very intentional writer. He oftenContinue reading “Journey to the Cross: Monday”
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Forgiveness is possible.
I heard an incredible story of forgiveness on RadioLab. To me it shows the power of forgiveness, and that forgiveness is always possible. It is rarely easy, but it is so powerful. If you have the time, listen to the incredible story: http://www.radiolab.org/story/317629-dear-hector/ Another story of forgiveness that has always had an impression on meContinue reading “Forgiveness is possible.”
I was contemplating this morning on a number of things revolving around violence and the flippancy we treat the lives of those around us. This happened after a brief back and forth with someone on Facebook regarding capital punishment (according to the Bible) and I was a bit flustered. Anytime I have Facebook banter withContinue reading “Forgiveness.”