Monthly Archives: March 2013

Final Footsteps–Holy Saturday

His critics thought it was all over. The show had closed, the curtain (though torn in two somehow) had fallen, and the reviews were in: Jesus was a fraud, but fortunately He had been taken care of the day before … Continue reading

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Final Footsteps–Good Friday

You have to wonder what’s so good about it anyway. For it was on this day, long before the sun had even arisen, that Jesus found Himself hauled before a kangaroo court that had already convicted Him, despite being unable … Continue reading

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Final Footsteps–Maundy Thursday

If you knew you were going to be arrested tonight and probably executed tomorrow… how would you spend today? For that’s exactly the situation that confronted Jesus on this Passover Eve long ago when He gathered His little band of … Continue reading

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Final Footsteps–Wednesday

No one knows exactly what happened on this day, but some have called it “The Day of Silence.” For following his earlier somewhat volatile encounters in the Temple, on the Wednesday of that pivotal Passover week long ago it is … Continue reading

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Final Footsteps–Tuesday

Nobody likes it but it happens to us all. For no matter how nice you may otherwise be, sooner or later if you stand for anything at all in life you are bound to run head up against those who … Continue reading

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Final Footsteps–Monday

They would have told you, I am certain, that when all was said and done they were simply good businessmen, providing a necessary community service at a reasonable price. For after all, the Law of Moses spelled out that when … Continue reading

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Final Footsteps–Palm Sunday

It’s been called “seven days that changed the world.” For the journey that began on the Mount of Olives on Palm Sunday and ended at the Empty Tomb across town one week later was indeed the most significant passage in … Continue reading

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