Maundy Thursday

“A new commandment I give to you,
that you love one another, even as I have loved you.”

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Maundy Thursday

As Jesus talked with His disciples the night before He died on the cross (John 13–16), He not only spoke to them about Himself and the events coming on the heels of that evening, but He spoke of their lives together and the suffering they would face as His disciples. He reassured them of His […]

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Maundy Thursday

As Jesus talked with His disciples the night before He died on the cross (John 13–16), He not only spoke to them about Himself and the events coming on the heels of that evening, but He spoke of their lives together and the suffering they would face as His disciples. He reassured them of His […]

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Maundy Thursday

As Jesus talked with His disciples the night before He died on the cross (John 13–16), He spoke to them about who He was, and he described about the suferring they would face as His disciples. He reassured them of His continuing presence and care in His sending of the Holy Spirit even as He […]

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Maundy Thursday

As Jesus talked with His disciples the night before He died on the cross (John 13–16), He spoke to them about who He was and what their life was to be as His disciples. He reassured them of His continuing presence and care in His sending of the Holy Spirit even as He told them […]

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Maundy Thursday

As Jesus talked with His disciples the night before He died on the cross (John 13–16), He spoke to them about who He was, their relationship with God, and their work as His disciples. He reassured them of His con- tinuing presence and care in His sending of the Holy Spirit even as He told […]

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Slave On A Thursday

The night before He died on the cross, as Jesus spent time talking with His disciples (John 13–16), there were two commands He gave them about how they were to live in relationship with each other—only two—but each is significant. He began by washing their feet—an act that was the work of a slave. – […]

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“Anchors Are Up”

‘Anchors are up, winds are out and the whole fleet is getting into confusion! Men in whose sanity and stability I once believed, are being carried away with one fancy or another, and I am driven to cry, “What next? And what next?”’ Charles Spurgeon – Over one hundred years ago in London, on April […]

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