Tag Archives: Easter

Passion Week

I took my granddaughter to a park last week to play and enjoy the fresh, springtime air.  On our way there, I stopped at a small fruit and vegetable stand near where we live and I was able to purchase … Continue reading

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“High Places”

We visited Tel Hazor on day three of our trip to Israel and I hoped to write about the experience before Easter because of the Canaanite gods that were worshipped there.  Our guide referred to the female goddess, Ashtoreth—a god … Continue reading

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Forgiven!

Easter is an incredibly meaningful holiday for Christians, though I do not think we will grasp the full significance of the resurrection until we see Jesus.  I struggle, though, trying to comprehend all that Jesus did (and continues to do) for … Continue reading

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Searching Amongst The Dead

For many Christians, this is a week of celebration, commemorating the amazing gift of life purchased for us with the matchless blood of Jesus. Some turn away from Easter, though, denouncing it as having pagan roots. Personally, I love this … Continue reading

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Psalm 16

Therefore my heart is glad, and my glory rejoices; my flesh also will rest in hope.  For You will not leave my soul in Sheol, nor will You allow Your Holy One to see corruption.  You will show me the … Continue reading

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Samson–Man of Grace!

Every time I have read about the life of Samson recorded in the book of Judges, I looked with criticism at the way he lived and the choices he made—focusing on his weaknesses rather than seeing him as a man … Continue reading

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