1. A truly Lenten mindset sees the season as preparatory for the resurrection life of Easter as opposed to the mortification of Good Friday.
  2. What if the dissonance in this calendrical coincidence can be harmonized into a deeper melody?
  3. Christ's resurrection does not merely negate the bitterness of sin; it changes it into a source of divine sweetness, embodying the promise of a new life for us and a restored existence overshadowed by heavenly hope.
  4. My goal here isn’t to selfishly reflect on all the reasons I will miss Rod because I know that if you are reading this, you may miss this man, too.
  5. A “good death” and “good life” are not accomplished through personal striving but are grasped by faith in the promises of God.
  6. 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.
  7. Jesus reveals to them again who He is. And that life can only be given when we feed on Christ.
  8. What’s the big deal about Jesus’ name?
  9. God has a hall ready for us, for us and for so many more
  10. When the waters of anxiety and depression rise, there is One who understands.
  11. Theology and history go hand in hand in the real person of Jesus Christ, making the truth of the Gospels profoundly human and powerfully meaningful.