Direction Indicates Destination

When I leave my home I travel a little over three miles before coming to a “T” intersection.  I have a choice then of going north or south; that is my only choice.  If I turn north, you could say I’m going toward the city of Boaz or Albertville but if I turn south, you could say I’m going toward Attalla or Gadsden.  Our direction of travel indicates our destination.  How foolish people would think me to be, if I traveled north hoping to arrive at a city to the south.  So it is with life, too many folks are traveling north with the thought of arriving somewhere south.

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What Is So Good, About Good Friday?

Today is Good Friday.  It is the day we commemorate the death of Jesus Christ on the cross.  I read somewhere that the “Good” may have begun as Holy; we are really not sure.  It is good for us but it was a terrible day for Jesus.  The night before, He had been betrayed and arrested.  Then the humiliating trials began, before the Jewish High Priest and Council, Pilate, Herod, and back to Pilate again.   He was mocked, spit upon, and scourged.  Would this mockery and torture ever end?  Hardly, now he had to endure the death march to Calvary and then the horror of crucifixion.

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Abraham and Isaac: A Foreshadow of our Father and Jesus

Abraham and Isaac: A Foreshadow of our Father and Jesus

Abraham had been called out by God to leave his relatives and move to an unknown land. God chose Abraham and made some strong and far-reaching promises to him and his descendants.  This is the promise quoted in Genesis 12:2-23 (NKJV), “I will make you a great nation; I will bless you And make your name great; And you shall be a blessing. / I will bless those who bless you, And I will curse him who curses you; And in you all the families of the earth shall be blessed.”

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