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Might we be well served to embrace the painful blessing of "looking on the one we have pierced?"

It is finished!

We have no king but Caesar.

Have you ever noticed how what we most despise in others is what we hate most about ourselves?

We should remember afresh that God’s word is living and active, and he calls us into his joyous fellowship.

"You are already clean because of the word I have spoken to you." (Jesus)

These days everybody wants to be on the right side of history. No one seems to care too much about being on the right side of the truth.

Religion and religious systems have a way of fitting God into the boxes and spaces we create in our lives to contain him—only God will not be contained.

There are many roles to be occupied and parts to be played but there is only one script for the friends of Jesus—to know Christ.

We do not vindicate Jesus when we fight for him. He vindicates us when we suffer loss with him.

What if the passion of Jesus doesn't begin at John 18:1 but John 1:1?

We read Scripture in the presence of the Risen Christ, and the Holy Spirit is the agent who teaches us, instructs us, and enables us to see the truths of God’s word.

"Remain in me, as I also remain in you. No branch can bear fruit by itself; it must remain in the vine." (Jesus)

Nothing could bring us closer to Jesus than to understand the glory of his love.

The disciples of Jesus had a unity not just of divine essence, but a unity of mission.

We tend to differ from culture in trivial ways that are easily ignored and do not really witnesses to Jesus.

All it takes to be in the world is to act as if Christ did not come, or did not make a difference to me.

The glory that Jesus seeks is the glory of the servant.

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