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Lazarus–A Rehearsal for the Main Event?

I love the story of Lazarus for multiple reasons. For instance, it demonstrates that God’s timing isn’t always ours. He waited and waited and waited. He put off going until he received a “go-ahead” from the Father. (I only do … Continue reading

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The excitement of Resurrection Sunday two thousand years ago is hard to envision. All hope was dashed only three days before. Now, life is so much more than you ever comprehended. On Friday, you lost your leader; on Sunday you … Continue reading

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Glory and Grief

Recently, I held glory in one hand and grief in another. My friend was dying of pancreatic cancer. Short of a miracle, I knew she would soon see our Savior face to face. I went to see her not knowing … Continue reading

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