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Day 6: Sacrifice

April 10, 2020

“They brought Jesus to the place called Golgotha (which means The Place of the Skull)” (Mark 15:22). It’s Friday morning, 9 A.M. Killing time in Jerusalem. Outside the Damascus Gate is a road and on the other side of the road is a flat area near the spot where the prophet Jeremiah is buried. Up […]

Good Words for Today: April 10

April 10, 2020

“What thou, my Lord, hast suffered was all for sinners’ gain; Mine, mine was the transgression, but thine the deadly pain. Lo, here I fall, my Savior! ’Tis I deserve thy place; Look on me with thy favor, and grant to me thy grace.”

Day 5: Preparation

April 9, 2020

“Then a dispute also arose among them about who should be considered the greatest” (Luke 22:24). This may be the strangest episode of all. The disciples have gathered with the Lord in the Upper Room. In just a few hours, Jesus will be denied, betrayed, tried, beaten, scourged, humiliated, and then crucified. What do the […]

Good Words for Today: April 9

April 9, 2020

The world still chooses Barabbas.

Day 4: Conspiracy

April 8, 2020

“‘What are you willing to give me if I hand him over to you?’ So they weighed out 30 pieces of silver for him” (Matthew 26:15). Wednesday of Holy Week was a quiet day. But that doesn’t mean nothing happened. This is Day 4 of Eight Days that Changed the World. The key word today is […]

Good Words for Today: April 8

April 8, 2020

“Content to let the world go by, To know no gain nor loss, My sinful self my only shame, My glory all the cross.” From “Beneath the Cross of Jesus,” Elizabeth Clephane, 1868

Day 3: Controversy

April 7, 2020

“Who gave you this authority?” (Matthew 21:23) Religious types are always big on authority issues. Who are you? Where did you come from? Who gave you the right to teach here? What school did you attend? Where is your diploma? Why didn’t you ask us for permission? Who do you think you are, anyway? The […]

Good Words for Today: April 7

April 7, 2020

Lord Jesus, teach me to trust you when I am tempted to lash out. Where there is hatred, let me sow love. Amen.

Day 2: Cleansing

April 6, 2020

My house will be called a house of prayer for all nations” (Mark 11:17). Jesus would not put up with some things. We know about his compassion for the hurting and his outreach to the forgotten. But he has little patience with religious people who use religion to hurt others. By taking a whip to […]

Good Words for Today: April 6

April 6, 2020

My Lord, deliver me from even the tiniest bit of religious pretense. May my life bring forth fruit that is pleasing in your eyes. Amen.

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