Maranatha

Maranatha

When the Christians in the first century celebrated the Lord’s Supper, they would say a prayer that ended with “Maranatha,” meaning “Our Lord, come.” As Christians, we look forward to the second coming of Jesus, that time where He will return to us in order to...
Life in His Name

Life in His Name

I love spending time watching a good movie. I enjoy getting lost in the story, trying to figure out what is going on and how things are going to go. However, I get very frustrated by movies that leave you confused about what happened. I’ve waited and waited for some...
New Life Now

New Life Now

Our readings today feature two women at two different tombs: Mary Magdalene at Jesus’ empty tomb, and Martha the sister of Lazarus mourning her brother outside of his tomb. At the sites of these two tombs, there is resurrection. There is also evidence that people do...
The World Will Know

The World Will Know

Today’s Scripture brings us to the table where Jesus sat with the disciples, on the evening He was to be arrested. Knowing all that He knew, knowing what was to come and what would be required of Him, Jesus prayed. He prayed for Himself, that by completing the work He...
Remember Christ’s Words

Remember Christ’s Words

It was Mary Magdalene who was the first one to see Jesus after His resurrection. I love that the Lord chose women to be the first ones to discover that the tomb was empty. When we found out we were expecting a girl, we named her Madeline, a derivative of Magdalene,...

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