1. Today on the show, we remember Andre and Magda Trocme and their heroics during WWII.
  2. The mind-blowing part of this entire story, though, isn’t that only one leper came back to “give thanks,” but that the Lord Jesus healed all ten knowing full well that only one would come back.
  3. Today on the show, we remember a Christian “devoted to the least of these,” Dorothy Day.
  4. From the beginning to the end of his letter, John really wants one thing: for us to be in Jesus.
  5. Every day is a Sabbath for Christians. Every day is the day the Lord has made. Every day is a day to find rest in Christ.
  6. It’s the notion of mercy that leads us to the atonement, and it is the atonement that provides a foundational basis for the justification of sinners.
  7. In Jesus, the most totalizing summary of the law becomes the gospel of the one made perfect through obedience.
  8. Christian mercy should not seek its own. It must be round, and open its eyes and look at all alike, friend and foe, as our heavenly Father does.
  9. This week, we are grateful to publish a series of sermons from our beloved late Chaplain, Ron Hodel. This is the fourth installment of that series.
  10. This week, we are grateful to publish a series of sermons from our beloved late Chaplain, Ron Hodel. This is the second installment of that series.
  11. This week, we are grateful to publish a series of sermons from our beloved late Chaplain, Ron Hodel. This is the first installment of that series.
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