The Resurrection changes everything. When Jesus rose from the dead a new chapter in human history began, and what a chapter, a chapter that has seen millions upon millions of lives saved and transformed. It's seems fashionable to go on pilgrimage to try and discover yourself, what you believe. I was watching a program the … Continue reading Resurrection Day – a day to celebrate!
What a story, every time I read it or hear it it never ceases to amaze me. We stagger at the incarnation, but this parrellels and transcends that part of the story. In the incarnation we see God taking on human flesh, yes, real flesh and blood, and living here in the confines of our … Continue reading Encountering the risen Christ
Easter deserves as much attention as Christmas as it is the culmination of the incarnation, well actually not quite, the Ascension is, another part of the story that deserves more attention. But I'm in danger of digressing! Back to Easter. The problem is, it's not about a little baby, and everyone loves a baby. Somehow … Continue reading Easter – Encountering and Delighting in the Love of God
Thinking about Easter, I was reflecting on the words of the modern worship song "The Cross has said it all" by Matt Redman, and couldn't help but think that the cross has not said it all, if so it would be a very sad day indeed - Good Friday would just be another Friday, there … Continue reading The Cross has Said it all – or has it?
Easter has never been as popular in the world at large as Christmas. People the world over love Christmas, will celebrate it, give gifts, share meals together and go to carol services. Christmas has a more popular message, the birth of a baby, the Saviour. Somehow it warms our hearts, makes us feel better, even … Continue reading The Passion of the Christ