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HE IS RISEN!

By Missy Eversole / April 21, 2019 / 0

She had gotten up early that Sunday morning. Her heart was heavy, and her sorrow was profound. Her Rabonni (teacher) was dead. He suffered the most extreme execution known at the time. She was part of the small group of followers that stayed with Him through it all. His disciples, except John, had abandoned Him.…

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Day 7 of Holy Week – Silent Saturday

By Missy Eversole / April 20, 2019 / 0

As we finish out Holy Week on this Silent Saturday, it’s a great time to reflect on what happened yesterday, and what is to come tomorrow. The Guards at the Tomb The Gospel of Matthew is the only given account of what happened on Saturday. While Jesus’s family and friends were still recovering from the…

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Day 6 of Holy Week – Good Friday – It is FINISHED

By Missy Eversole / April 19, 2019 / 0

What is so good about Good Friday? Shouldn’t it be called, dark Friday? What is “good” about our Savior dying on the cross? Because of His death, our sins are washed away, and we have eternal life! This is what makes today, Good Friday. Six Trials The religious leaders were dead set on crucifying Jesus…

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Day 5 of Holy Week – The Last Supper, Jesus Prays and the Garden of Gethsemane

By Missy Eversole / April 18, 2019 / 0

Day five of Holy Week and it’s the final gathering of Jesus and His disciples. Many important things happen during this time, such as: The washing of the disciple’s feet by Jesus. Jesus announces that one of them would betray Him. The breaking and the blessing of the bread and thankfulness for the wine. This…

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Day 4 of Holy Week – The Betrayal is Set

By Missy Eversole / April 17, 2019 / 0

Oh, Judas, what was going through your mind? You were part of Jesus’ inner circle of disciples, hand-picked by the Savior, Himself. Did you not believe that Jesus was the Messiah? Did you not believe the words that Jesus had spoken? Did you not see the miracles He performed? Today is day four of Holy…

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Day 3 of Holy Week – The Challenging of Jesus’ Authority

By Missy Eversole / April 16, 2019 / 0

The Tuesday of Holy Week is considered “Busy Tuesday.” What takes place today was the set up for the betrayal tomorrow. These events can be found in Matthew 21-25, Mark 11-13, Luke 20-21. Jesus spoke on many things from parables, to calling out those who were religious leaders, and even about the end times and…

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Day 2 of Holy Week – The Cleansing of the Temple and the Cursing of the Fig Tree

By Missy Eversole / April 15, 2019 / 0

Today is Monday of Holy Week when our Savior began to make waves among the Jews and religious leaders by His words and actions. As we will see in the next few days, these waves would lead to Jesus’s betrayal and death. Jesus Clears the Temple Matthew 21:12-17, Mark 11:15-19, and Luke 19:45-48 A few…

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Day 1 of Holy Week – Palm Sunday – The Triumphal Entry

By Missy Eversole / April 14, 2019 / 0

The Triumphal Entry (Palm Sunday) can be found in Matthew 21:1-11, Mark 11:1-11, Luke 19:29-44, and John 12:12-19 Today, Palm Sunday marks the start of Holy Week. The week begins with celebrations and cheers but will end with sorrow and despair. Just outside Jerusalem, the prophecy of Zechariah 9:9 is fulfilled: “Rejoice greatly, O daughter…

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Three of Ways to Prepare Your Heart for Holy Week

By Missy Eversole / April 12, 2019 / 2

Easter will soon be upon us, and  I am so looking forward to spending time in the Word and with my family over the Easter break! Beginning on this Sunday, Palm Sunday, we will start what is known as “Holy Week” or “Passion Week.”  From the triumphant, prophesized entry of our Savior on a donkey,…

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I AM the Way, the Truth and the Life

By Missy Eversole / April 9, 2019 / 0

The men had gathered in the Upper Room, still trying to comprehend all that they had seen and heard from the One who called Himself the Messiah. While they believed who He was, they still questioned the things that Jesus said. The apostles’ human way of thinking was in the literal sense. They could see…

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