1. Eucatastrophe is the coming untrue of all sin, evil, and death. And where that starts is the empty tomb of the risen Jesus.
  2. The seemingly small, the particular, the previously overlooked, magnifies in importance.
  3. The death and resurrection did indeed really happen. They are accomplished historical facts, and by them, so too is the forgiveness of our sins and justification before God.
  4. The number forty calls to remembrance narratives of God’s great acts of redemption, but also our conformity to and participation in those narratives.
  5. Jesus will lead us through the deep waters onto the dry land of that celestial shore, where he will wipe away every tear from our eyes.
  6. Jesus reveals to them again who He is. And that life can only be given when we feed on Christ.
  7. What’s the big deal about Jesus’ name?
  8. God has a hall ready for us, for us and for so many more
  9. An Anglo-Saxon poem gives fresh insight to the cross
  10. When the waters of anxiety and depression rise, there is One who understands.
  11. The Lord assures Jeremiah he has not forgotten him. He is there and will rescue him.
  12. The Lord has remembered to help his servant Israel, to fulfill his promises to Abraham and to his offspring forever, not mostly or mainly because of his mercy, but exclusively so.