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God's Supreme Love

In the Cross we may see the dimensions of Divine love. The Cross is not the cross of a man, but the exhibition of the heart of God. At the back of the ...


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The Superglue of Love

As I contemplate the cross, I grasp that its wonder is not in its appearance, but in the Superglue of love that took Christ to the cross and held him ...


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From Crib to Cross

Separate Christmas Day from Good Friday, and Christmas is doomed--doomed to decay into a merely sentimental or superstitious or sensuous "eat-drink-and-be-merry" ...


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The Suffering of the Trinity

In the National Gallery of Art in London there's a picture of the Crucifixion that is so dark that when you first look at it, you can't see anything. ...


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God Dressed in Street Clothes

On March 5, 1994, Deputy Sheriff Lloyd Prescott was teaching a class for police officers in the Salt Lake City Library. As he stepped into the hallway, ...


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Eternal Linkage

Sever Christmas from Good Friday and the result would be to doom Christmas as nothing more than a time to be merry and gay based on Lore.


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Jesus' "About Face!"

Quite unlike Hitler or the Stones or Hefner--who also changed the world, simply by intuiting which way the parade was heading and getting in front of ...


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Communion Prayer

It is fitting and right to sing of you, to praise you, to thank you, to adore you in all places of your dominion. For you are the ineffable God, inconceivable, ...


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Christ's Blood, Not Ours

When I was 5 years old, before factory-installed seat belts and automobile air bags, my family was driving home at night on a two-lane country road. I ...


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The Thief on the Cross

One thief on the cross was saved, that none should despair; and only one, that none should presume.


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