1. In Israel, once a year, a priestly climber would reach the peak of a very different kind of mountain. Here's his story.
  2. It is not her sacrifices that define Jane's faith, but her belief in the one who sacrificed for her.
  3. He is not ashamed to call us brothers and sisters, even as we curse and yell at him for not pleasing us with our pettish wishes.
  4. We know God has a plan to bring forgiveness and salvation and healing to people, but we can’t see how it’s all going to work out.
  5. This love story goes on and on, from the beginning of time. Every retelling of this incredible story reveals a little more, exposing our inadequacy, producing more devotion, capturing unspoken emotion, inspiring us to a greater love.
  6. The promise of Advent is the promise of the lamb slain, who is born and given for us so that we don’t have to fear sin, death, and hell.
  7. We confuse our success and failures with God’s judgment of us.
  8. The story of these faithful Christians serves to highlight the roles of both Africa and martyrdom in the early church and today.
  9. Nothing, not pain, hurt, resentment, bitterness, or hopelessness can separate us from God’s love for us in Jesus Christ.

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