Posts Tagged With: martyrdom

“Render Unto Caesar…”

As you are about to hear in this PODCAST, it’s always been a delicate and debatable dance — a Committed Christ-Follower’s relationship to the government.

This tension forms a theme that meanders throughout the pages of the Old Testament. It spills over into the Gospels and Acts. It’s certainly mentioned in several epistles, as it is here in 1 Peter.

Fortunately for us, the Bible is quite clear, concise, and unambiguous on this topic.

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May these words, humbly offered, be a blessing to and in your life.

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Heavenly Homecoming

Such incredibly dramatic moment, on multiple levels. That is what you are about to hear in this PODCAST.

Finally, the time had come for Jesus to go home.

He had been away from home, more specifically, away from His beloved Father, for some thirty-three years.

Jesus, who from eternity past was according to John 1:1 face-to-face with His Father, enjoying from eternity past an unbroken, undiminished intimacy with His Father that eclipses every possible human relationship.

Thirty-three years prior to this moment, Jesus left His Father to embark upon a rescue mission of immeasurable importance and eternal consequence. A rescue mission defined by Jesus Himself as His coming “to seek and to save those who are lost” Luke 19:10.

That mission was now completed. Now, it was time. Time for Jesus to go home.

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God bless you richly as you listen.

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