The pain that Jesus felt was not the nails, but a long and lonely tortured taste of hell. Continue reading a word of loneliness
This was His final, fully human deed; he could not die until his work was done. Continue reading a word of affection
Consequences are the hardest debts I pay. Continue reading a word of hope
Few peoples have experienced as much animosity as the Hebrews who sang this song. Or Nepali Christians today. Continue reading why pilgrims sing
I both have caused and tasted of His blood. Continue reading A word of forgiveness
The prayer, “Oh Lord have mercy on us,” is not a lament, but an expectation. Continue reading what pilgrims need
Marriage was always a picture of Christ and the church, of His unconditional, self-sacrificing, sanctifying delight in His people. Continue reading how did Christ love the church?