They had seen him die. They had watched in horror as his tortured body gasped and gurgled it’s last breath. They saw his skin change color, his jaw go slack and his eyes set. Still, lifeless, they knew that the person they had followed and loved was a stranger to them now. No sparkle in […]Read More Easter is Here!
This Sunday, we’ll be returning to our study in the Gospel of Luke, and we’ll be reading vs 18-35. John the Baptist reappears in our narrative. We read back in Luke 3:19 that Herod, Rome’s puppet king over Palestine had put John in prison because he was publicly speaking against his marriage to his brother’s wife. While […]Read More Honest Doubt When We’re Disappointed