Tag: death

Why the cross? – part two

In the last post I talked about how Jesus “became our Sin” on the cross.  Hopefully I at least introduced a new way of seeing what “becoming our Sin” really means.  I tried to show how the power of Sin is the “Sin” that Paul is talking about.  This “Sin” is our lost identity, our…

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Common Ground

Humans are really quite interesting and often very predictable. I’ve always been a people watcher.  One of my observations is how people interact by finding common ground. Sometimes it is like a race to see where stories overlap so a deeper probing can happen. Two people who don’t know each other often begin a conversation…

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God + you = joy

Our union with Jesus is a great mystery.  It includes the personal and global.  It is singular and corporate.  It is micro and macro.  It includes all of humanity and each individual human.  It happened 2000 years ago and is realized in each of us in the present when we “believe” what He has done.   Still…

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