Tag Archives: Jerusalem

The Motherly Attributes of Our Heavenly Father

[I posted this thought-provoking tweet on a Facebook discussion group page: To refer to God as "she" is to add to His word. Scripture contains approximately 170 references to God as the “Father.” Never as "Mother". — Debbi דְּבוֹרָה (@RedeemedRags) … Continue reading

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Baby Jesus and the Reversal of Fortune

The visit of the Magi in Matthew 2 occurred after Jesus’ birth, but it points to the significance of God’s promise centuries earlier that he would one day dwell among his people and be Immanuel, God with us. These Magi, … Continue reading

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The Darkest Sabbath

The Bible has no words of what anyone did that Sabbath following on the heels of Jesus’ murder. Not a single word. We have no record of what the disciples did, who his mother Mary stayed with, how the temple … Continue reading

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One Man Is An Island – a guest post from Lisa Deam

[Today’s guest post is from Lisa Deam, who loves maps and the Middle Ages and brings them together in this post.] *** Lately I’ve been feeling adrift. My family moved cities last summer, and I haven’t yet found my place … Continue reading

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