TOPIC INDEXJesus Christ (11)
  1. We do not have to endure the pain and suffering of this fallen existence forever, just for a little while.
  2. Ash Wednesday, is meant to remind us we have a death problem. All living things made from the soil shall return to it.
  3. The distinction between Christ-for-you and Christ-in-you can present a misleading dichotomy.
  4. The first course is always humble pie because, at the table, there are just two seats: from humiliation to exaltation.
  5. Exemplified here are two misunderstandings about the forgiveness and graciousness of God among some Christians.
  6. So, on this Good Friday, our sinful self and all our sins rest with Jesus here in His tomb. Our transgressions are fully atoned.
  7. The cross presents us a radically different standard. In God’s justice executed in the cross of Christ, nobody gets what they deserve.
  8. The story of Christ crucified has a happy ending. Jesus has conquered the grave. He beat the death rap.
  9. What would be a fitting thing to give up, especially during the season of Lent?
  10. We have heard of the man born to be king. Here in Bethlehem, by divine condescension, the King—the King of kings—is born to be man.
  11. Should we consider the tomb of Jesus completely empty, or just somewhat empty?