Monthly Archives: April 2014

Apr. 28- Ch. 28

You have to wonder what was going through the chief priests’ heads as they listened to the guards. I would loved to have been a fly on the wall in the meeting they had with the elders!

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Apr. 27- Ch. 27

There is something related to the crucifixion I don’t hear many talk about, and that is the raising of the dead when Jesus died. I think Matthew is the only one to mention it. I wonder if that is in … Continue reading

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Apr. 26- Ch. 26

As Jesus instituted the Lord’s Supper, I can’t help but wonder what was going through the disciples’ minds. Today we take communion and don’t think about it being strange or different. However that Passover night the disciples had to have … Continue reading

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Apr. 25- Ch. 25

About the ten virgins. Most things in their situation were equal. They all had lamps, they all waited, and they all got drowsy and slept. The difference was five of them prepared to be in it for the long haul … Continue reading

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Apr. 24- Ch. 24

So this morning I want to focus in on v. 34 of this chapter, “Truly I say to you, this generation will not pass away until all these things take place.” I have wondered why Jesus would say this and … Continue reading

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Apr. 23- Ch. 23

As I read this chapter this morning the old saying came to mind, “Don’t do as I do, do as I tell you to do.” For Jesus this definitely applied to the religious leaders, “Don’t do as they do, do … Continue reading

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Apr. 22- Ch. 22

Jesus’ response to the Sadducees about marriage in the resurrection was, “For in the resurrection they neither marry nor are given in marriage, but are like angels in heaven.”  I had never noticed that last part, “but are like angels … Continue reading

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Apr. 21- Ch. 21

In the exchange with Jesus about John the Baptist attempted to be sly instead of truthful, and it backfired.  I know there are times that I have not truthful  with God about things in my life,  and they have backfired. … Continue reading

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Apr. 20- Ch. 20

I wonder why the crowd at Jericho tried to silence the two blind men.  People had seen Jesus heal others, why ere these two different?  Did they think if Jesus gave the men his attention they would get less?  I … Continue reading

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Apr. 19- Ch. 19

People who think if you live a good life you will get to heaven should read this chapter and the story of the rich young ruler.  Jesus makes it very clear that living a good life is not enough to … Continue reading

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