By covwebster | Mar 30, 2021

One of the most puzzling questions I have often pondered is, how could Judas walk with Jesus, witness his wondrous works, but fail to see how infinitely more valuable he was than 30 pieces of silver?

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Truly Treasured

By covwebster | Mar 29, 2021

Today’s passage gives us a glimpse into the hearts of people. The actors in this passage reveal what they truly value.

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By Guest Author | Mar 28, 2021

Today’s passage reflects upon Jesus’s triumphal entry into Jerusalem. It’s the week of his passion and brings us into the last days of his earthly life.

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By Guest Author | Mar 26, 2021

In today’s passage we are reminded of God’s greatness—both mighty in strength, might, reliability, and eternal nature; but also in seeing the weak, those brought low.

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Death to Life

By Guest Author | Mar 25, 2021

Incalculable power is wrapped in how God relentlessly redeems the story when it seems death has the last word. What to us looks like the end is only the beginning.

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Peace with Momentum

By Guest Author | Mar 24, 2021

Oh, the sweet freedom of Friday afternoons in Arkansas, riding my bike home from school—the weekend arrived! There was nothing ahead to worry about, hold me back or down.

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And So We Turn

By Guest Author | Mar 23, 2021

Sometimes we see it for what it is. Our brokenness. Our failure, shame, or sin. When there is no way to reframe it in some prettier or more palatable light, not even to ourselves—it just is.

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Turn Toward

By Guest Author | Mar 22, 2021

God’s word continuously reminds us of who and Whose we are. Over time this brings a steadied resolve that the psalmist speaks of in Psalm 119:23.

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All of None

By covwebster | Mar 20, 2021

I still clearly remember the God-woven moment of my youth in which I realized that it was for me all or none of God’s word for all my life.

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