In a just world, the court system exists to examine facts and determine the guilt or innocence of a person on trial. But this is not a just world. All too often, staged trials are held with predetermined outcomes. After Jesus was arrested, he went before several so-called courts in rapid succession. He endured these trials for one reason: that He might give His life for us.
The Bible tells us to remember the Lords death until He comes. We do this every year during Holy Week, and, every time we join together for The Lords Supper. His death paid the price for our sins, a death well commemorate throughout eternity. What He did during those last fateful days was done for us undeserving sinners. May we be reminded of how far God went so that we might be redeemed.
Sooner or later, the government will tell us to do something we cannot do as Christians. Or, they'll prohibit us from doing things we must do as believers. While we have a clear obligation to both church and state, how do we handle the conflicts that inevitably arise? Let's discover some light for the dark days that may be ahead.
Just as no two snowflakes are alike, no two people are alike. We are all different, and that diversity adds a richness to life. But it also adds a set of problems. When two people don't get along, even two Christians, what do you do? Here's a solution for those difficult people in your life, and mine.
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