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This week my thoughts centered on graduation. From preschool to postgraduate, I have always loved Graduation Ceremonies. In some quarters, these events are called Commencement Exercises. I think both names are appropriate because as Jesus said in Revelation 22:13, “I am the Alpha and the Omega, the first and the last, the beginning and the end."
As we finish this Holy Week, let us remember that Jesus died on the cross so that God’s temple of creation (humans) can rise. The Lord sees each of us as a temple – a temple that must rise!
How can Good Friday be such a good day when Jesus walked through the streets of Jerusalem with a cross on his back?
As we go through this Holy Week, let us consider the donkey and the power created by untying the animal.
We have been so careless and reckless with our environment that we have now reached a tipping point. Therefore, we must act to save the planet, or to quote The Parable of the Barren Fig Tree, we will be “cut down!”
Being a Pastor is not a job but is a calling from God. My solemn duty as a pastor is to feed God’s sheep, the flock of people inside the church that I have been assigned to serve
On this day after Christmas as we take stock of the gifts that were under the tree we also take stock of the teachings from Hebrews 2:3 and not ignore this great gift of salvation.
The status of nearly everyone and everything associated with Jesus improves, ask the woman at the well, ask his disciples, look at the cross. What would associating with Jesus do for your status?
In this season of Advent where we anticipate the birth of Jesus with joy, expectation and excitement, others dread this season. For this season reminds them of love ones lost, heartbreak experienced and loneliness magnified.
From a president to a pauper the Lord made us for worship. Let us follow the lead of President Bush and worship the Lord with all of our heart, soul and mind.