All posts in " Passover "

A single stroke – Jesus’ death

By Dave Henning / March 21, 2023

“The cross shows that God is committed to both justice and forgiveness; there is no pitting one against the other.  When Jesus died on the cross, it meant that in a single stroke justice was done on sin and the door for forgiveness opened. . . .  We must pursue both together as well.”- Timothy […]


Pentecost Peter or Passover Peter?

By Dave Henning / December 30, 2022

“From wimp to warrior in fifty days.  What happened?  Oh, how we need to know.  We admire the Pentecost Peter yet identify with the Passover one.  Our convictions wrinkle and resolve melts.  We determine to do better but struggle. . . .  make promises and fail to keep them.  We look at other believers and […]


More spunk, more grit – or no spark?

By Dave Henning / January 13, 2021

“We’d like to think [the disciples] would respond with more faith . . . .  We’d like to see more spunk, more grit. . . .  But they and the silent others showed no spark.  They counted the hungry people, the money in their bag, and the amount of bread and fish.  They did not, […]


Ancient roots – standing in ancestor’s shoes

By Dave Henning / May 16, 2020

“Sometimes standing in the shoes of those who have gone before us tethers us to our ancient roots and gives us fresh eyes to see that our stories are not so different from theirs.  The stories of Scripture remind us that what we battle is our humanity, not just our own personal suffering or circumstances.”- […]

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