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Matt Tullos
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Today, I saw a Man walking a path meant for me. I saw Him bear the burdens of my wayward steps. And as He struggled, I found release and freedom. He was captured, railroaded and sentenced in my place. He could have called me a traitor. He could have…

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Sometimes we forget there will be an end to the storm. Every gathering storm for the believer is an advent to joy.  The tempest of evil rages but bliss is imminent.  When pain has purpose, the crashing waves of chaos lose their power over us. It was for…

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“And they all left Him and fled.” Mark 14:50 The wheels were in motion, the storm was now organizing, and the war had begun. Jesus knew this. We hear it in His prayers. We see it as the blood and sweat broke the surface of his skin. Who can imagine the…

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I may not know you, but I know something about you. You’ve learned so much more about life through one day of failure, suffering and pain than one thousand days of pleasure and success. Your deep sorrow is intimacy of soul and the people all around you,…

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There are falls on the way to Golgotha, but gloriously there is a rising up. Jesus somehow finds strength before his mother and Father to rise up and keep going. He keeps going in the midst of astounding physical, social and spiritual pain. He finds…

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Jesus said, “Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing.” Luke 23:34 How important is it to forgive? Eternally important. Welsh poet of the 1600s, George Hebert writes, “He who cannot forgive breaks the bridge over which he himself…

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It doesn’t take much to deny Him. Ask Peter. We see him skulking around a fire. This is the same man who said before anyone else, “You are the Christ, the Son of the Living God” This is the one who was bold enough to get out of the boat. This is the man…

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Jesus hangs on the cross bearing the bleak rebellion of every age. Who can measure the weight of such a burden? Who can scan the circumference of this transaction? In our repentance we grieve of what our sin has done to us, but at the cross,  we mourn of…

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There was another perspective of the crucifixion. It was hidden from the gaze of those on Earth. The great cloud of witnesses watched from Heaven as Jesus exhaled one last time before mourners and murders. Millions of souls, from centuries past, witnessed…

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The betrayal of Jesus didn’t begin with a bitter kiss. It began with skepticism. All betrayal will find its roots back-stories and subplots. The night before Jesus’ death on the cross, Jesus celebrated the passover meal with His disciples. His friends…
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