Monthly Archives: August 2022

Why couldn’t we?

In Matthew and Mark, we read the same story.  After His Transfiguration, Jesus and those who accompanied Him found that the remaining disciples had been unable to cast a demon out of a boy.  After Jesus cast it out, the … Continue reading

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Unbelieving generation

After Jesus and some of His disciples returned from His Transfiguration, they found that the others had been unable to cast a demon out of a possessed boy.  Jesus remarked, “you unbelieving generation, how long shall I stay with you?” … Continue reading

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Harm becomes good

As we pray for others, that their struggle, pain, suffering, or need is addressed, solved, healed, and relieved, we also can recognize that God may well use all of that for His and their good.  Joseph of Genesis endured tremendous … Continue reading

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Praying Aloud

Perhaps you recall the two times the disciples fell asleep in prayer: once when Jesus was praying on a mountain, just before He was transfigured before them; the other when He was in agony in Gethsemane.  (And of course we … Continue reading

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