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The Naked Man

  A young man, wearing nothing but a linen garment, was following Jesus. When they seized him, he fled naked, leaving his garment behind. – Mark 14:51-52 Recently, we received a question from a viewer regarding the passage above. Baffled as to its meaning, she asked why it was included in Mark’s Gospel, saying “I do […]

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The God Box

So many times we ask for what we think we need, instead of asking for God’s will for us. How often do we say: “God, either I need you to do this…, or this?..” Such an approach leaves no room for there to be an entirely different way that God could provide for our needs. […]

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Lament

“Where are you?” Sounds like it could be a text from a friend wanting to hang out. Or a loved one wondering why you’re not home. But Genesis records it as a message from God to humanity. Adam and Eve had just voted to live in independence from God’s presence. Not in a ballot box, […]

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