Category Archives: Luke

Guatemala VI: Jose the Teacher Student

Jesus said that when we are fully trained we will be like our teacher, yet he also revealed that we will not exceed our teachers. We need teachers who are excellent so we can be excellent. Jesus is that ultimate … Continue reading

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Relentless Passion For Justice

Whether it is the expropriation of property through coercion or the selling of children into sex slavery, or forced labour of men and women around the world, God hears the cry of people suffering injustice. Do we hear? Are we … Continue reading

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Wait For The Power

Wait for the power. What power? The Holy Spirit power. We don’t have Jesus with us in the world anymore. We have Jesus in us through the Holy Spirit, who clothes us in power. If you are serving God in … Continue reading

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Leaving Room for the Miraculous

We use our googlers more than our brains sometimes. And so, when something completely confounds our knowledge base, we doubt. It doesn’t compute. Leave room for faith. Leave room for visits by the resurrected Lord. Leave room for the things … Continue reading

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Emmaus Heart Burn

When Jesus unlocks your understanding and opens your eyes to see him in an experience or situation, it moves in you in a powerful way. Two disciples’ hearts ‘burned within them’ while Jesus shared with them on the road to … Continue reading

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The Resurrection Wonder

Reveal yourself to each of us, Lord. May we encounter your power today. Help us to be more open to wonder. May we consider the circumstances of our lives and look at how your truth and word are threads pulled … Continue reading

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Indelibly Marked

Hearing the story of Jesus’ life and death, we also have no choice but to be drawn into the events. It is very difficult to be ambivalent about Jesus as we learn who he was and what he did and … Continue reading

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