That You May Have Life in His Name, from the dawning on the first day of the week, to the evening, we are blessed who have not seen and yet believed.
A New Prologue, a New Kind of King, and a New Kind of Kingdom are announced as Jesus wraps himself in the humanity of a slave.
The Genesis Hour of Exodus Victory is almost here. With every “I AM” in John’s Gospel we are reminded that we understand best in hindsight. Don’t miss it.
The commerce in the temple was as necessary for sacrifices as changing money was for people traveling. So, why this zealous tabernacle?
The vintner of new life works his first sign of water into wine, but as usual, John’s Gospel takes us into something deeper.
The Word became flesh and made his dwelling (tabernacled) with us. After the glory of the Lord left the tabernacle, it came back in the flesh, Jesus Christ.
In the beginning – is the same from Genesis to John’s gospel. It sets the stage and carries with it the image bearers of God.