Monthly Archives: May 2015

Judas: Follower Betrays

Judas betrayed Jesus on the night of the Last Supper after he ate with the Lord and had his feet washed by the one he would betray.  Is Judas’ sin worse than mine or yours?  We all fall short of … Continue reading

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Psalm 112 – Righteousness Defined

We all have an idea of what it means to be righteous.  Some associated this with faith and standards of conduct, while others would find this within more secular ethics.  In Psalm 112, we see that we cannot be righteous … Continue reading

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Killer Commandment: What’s Your Go-To Idol?

Idolatry is alive and well.  In fact, let me go out on a limb.  I believe that the last nine commandments are forms and outflows of breaking the first commandment.  And the antidote is the greatest commandment to love the … Continue reading

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Footwashing Example

When Jesus finished washing the feet of his disciples, he summarized the lesson by saying, ‘you also should wash one another’s feet. I have set you an example…’  Serving other people, and particularly the Judas’ in our lives is one … Continue reading

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Psalm 111 – The Beginning of Wisdom

The psalmist teaches us that deep reverence toward God is the beginning of wisdom in one’s life.  Our understanding of the Lord, and our deep sense of respect toward God, bring us into a life space in which we can … Continue reading

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