Tag Archives: Philippians 2:7

Saturday Morning Superheroes

Saturday Morning Superheroes

As a little girl I would leap out of bed early on Saturday mornings to watch the latest episode of Batman. I would press up against the cold glass screen of our small, static television and get lost in the inner workings of Gotham City as the heroic duo combatted the evil schemes of Two-Face,

Just as I am without one plea, I come, I come, O Lord, to thee.

Acts of the Almighty: Unity Matters

1 Corinthians 1:10-17 Paul spent eighteen months in Corinth, establishing and enlarging a church there. After he met and befriended two of the Christians whom Claudius Caesar had driven out of Rome, Aquila and his wife, Priscilla, Paul left Corinth and sailed to Ephesus, where, as always, he proclaimed the name of Jesus as the

O Come, Let Us Adore Him

Savoring Gifts I will give thanks to You, LORD, with all my heart. — Psalm 9:1 There’s nothing like Christmas morning for children. They wriggle through breakfast, stealing glances at the bright packages underneath the tree. Their anticipation is contagious. When you hand children gifts, they eagerly tear off the wrapping paper, throwing it aside.

The God With Dirty Hands

Jesus: The King of Kings and Lover of Lepers The way Jesus Himself interacted with leprosy victims is a great illustration of God’s compassion for us. Jesus lived in a highly superstitious time, when most people believed that leprosy was the result of a curse or of some incorrigible and hidden sin — not unlike modern Eastern religious systems that

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