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“…When You Come Into Your Kingdom”

Jesus had been run back and forth between Caiaphas’, Pilate’s and Herod’s places; tortured, and nailed to a cross on Golgotha. (Matthew 26:47–27:2; Mark 14:53–15:41; Luke 22:66–23:49) No question about it. He was having a really bad day. No, that’s … Continue reading

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Easter: Parades, Eggs, and the Best News Ever

Easter Sunday is a very big deal. It’s “the greatest of all Sundays,” since it’s when we celebrate our Lord’s resurrection. Begin celebrating, actually. The Easter season lasts until Pentecost Sunday: not quite two months from now. Maybe “our Lord’s … Continue reading

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Baptism of Jesus: Third “Aha!” of the Season

(From Casey and Corey Wright, via San Diego Union Tribune, used w/o permission.) As an American, my Christmas season starts on the fourth Thursday in November. That’s when the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade arrives at Macy’s Herald Square in New … Continue reading

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