snapshots along the way: inbetween

In between the tomb and the reveal was time. Time spent in flustered confusion. Waterworks of weeping. Loud lamenting. Deep sorrow. Grief. Not only over the One nailed to the tree, but also for their betraying brother who ended his life distraught over his part in harming the One they all loved. They lost JudasContinue reading “snapshots along the way: inbetween”

snapshots along the Way: Betrayed

As I have been rereading the Easter story, I have been struck anew by one word today: betrayed. Jesus was betrayed to His death. That sobering fact is not a simple one, but rather a way more complex than I have ever pondered and mulled over before. Jesus was betrayed. By one of His closesContinue reading “snapshots along the Way: Betrayed”

snapshots along the way: He cares

Jesus showed how much He cared for all people as He walked closer and closer to the cross. And that same care shines through as alive as if the Easter Story was happening today. For it is. When Jesus reached out to feed, comfort, encourage, teach, heal this around Him, His care was evident. EveryContinue reading “snapshots along the way: He cares”

snapshots along the way: His focus

What astounds me almost as much as His love? How Jesus was able to keep His focus, His purpose first and foremost while He was here on earth. You know, as I was thinking about His character, the fact that He never sinned struck me in a completely different way today. Yes, He is Holy,Continue reading “snapshots along the way: His focus”