Tag Archives: Reconciliation

Greater Than Jacob?

Jesus is the one who destroys barriers and breaks down walls. In his sacrifice on the cross, he provided for a new humanity in which we are all together. No yours and mine.  Ours. In Jesus, we have the Lord … Continue reading

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Beyond Law to Grace

The mission of Jesus is fulfilled when we admit that we cannot meet the standard of God and shift our attention and emphasis to the one who loves us and wants to forgive us. Emphasizing law and rules pushes reconciliation … Continue reading

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Forgiving Enemies

A Lebanese Druze leader who had been involved in bombing her house was now visiting her health care facility, donating $25,000/year for the care of the elderly. This was a lesson in forgiveness and reconciliation for everyone in the room…

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Reconciled in Jesus

Jesus is the image of the invisible God, pre-eminent before all things in supremacy both in creation and in resurrection. Father God was pleased to reconcile all things on earth and heaven to Jesus through his blood shed on the … Continue reading

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Standing in Grace

Be reconciled to God by faith in Jesus. Jesus bridged the gap for us with his sacrifice. In fact, we are reconciled with God because of what Jesus did. Reconciled. Standing in grace. There is no sweeter spot to stand … Continue reading

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Reconciliation in the Abundant Life

Have you heard there are three sides to every story: yours, mine, and the truth? Today we see that one of the sides of stories of conflict is the devil’s, who would prefer we not seek peace.  Not on my watch. Reconciliation is a … Continue reading

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Silver’s Future Wife

While driving up a highway I hardly ever drive, to somewhere I have never been, I did something I have never done before.  I picked up a hitchhiker.  Apparently he needed to hear about reconciliation and I was the next … Continue reading

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