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He was a skeptic until Christ came, but there was one thing the Doubter didn't lose faith in -- and that saved him.
Jesus was a living, redeeming, actual Presence among them.
The days of Holy Week challenge us to envision a life in which we take responsibility for our indifference.
The root of our words “save,” “salvation,” and “savior” is the Latin word salus, which means “safety.”
The roots of Lent are in the period of fasting that would prepare new Christians for Baptism.
Even the language of the mystics falls short.
The temptation to choose our own way and will over God’s is never far away.
He invites everyone—the rich and poor, the healthy and the sick, the sinner and the saint—into the Kingdom.
The original Greek indicates that this is more than just a miraculous healing.
What is this Jesus?