Knowing God is well pleased with us, from the oneness and identity we have in God through Jesus we can pray with power.
Jesus called me by name, inviting me to turn from the desolation of empty tomb, to Him: the life-giving air I breathe.
A mother’s heart holds many sorrows and joys. God sees us and honours us, brings restoration and calls us favoured and blessed.
God’s response to our interruption of the ‘stink’, of human reasoning in the face of His power is, “Did I not tell you that if you believe…”
Shifting from thinking “if only” to “Even Now”. Martha shows the depth of her relationship and belief in Jesus, the Messiah.
The Church is built on the sacrifice of those who have gone before us: The Foundational Stones stained with the blood of Jesus.
In the continuing story of the blind man we are challenged to open our spiritual eyes to see the loftiness and holiness of Jesus and how worthy He is to be praised.
Suffering and sin were joined in Jewish thought. Jesus joins the work of divinity working through human suffering so we can see what He sees.
In the first chapter of John we find the exciting invitation to come and see the truth we have been seeking.