Together in the Word

March 2018

Together in the Word - March 25, 2018

  What does Jesus’ resurrection mean for us? It means that just as he lives, we also will live―bodily, eternally. Through faith in Jesus we have victory of death and the devil. Because of Jesus’ death and resurrection, we have a place in God's heavenly banquet where there will be no more sorrow, suffering or death. Here is this week's "Together in the Word" for your personal and/or family devotional use.   God bless you, as you...

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Together in the Word - March 18, 2018

  Our Lord is so different from earthly rulers. The first Palm Sunday Jesus was coming to finish history's most crucial battle, yet he did not enter Jerusalem as a mighty warrior. He had no army. Jesus came on a lowly donkey, with twelve average men following him. Crowds greeted him with words from Psalm 118―words that rang to the heavens then, words still lifted to Jesus today: “Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!” Here is this week's...

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Together in the Word - March 11, 2018

  Before Jesus was born, believers had to regularly offer up sacrifices for sin. Only the High Priest could go before God with the blood and prayers of the people. These sacrifices would go on and on for the entire life of the Old Testament believer as a vivid reminder that someday God would send a Savior who would be sacrificed in place of all people. This week we read in the Word of God that Jesus, our High Priest, would sacrifice himself and bring a new covenant of life that would...

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Together in the Word - March 4, 2018

  A drowning man will not complain about the size of the boat that comes to rescue him. Yet this week's lesson from Numbers 21 shows us people complaining not long after God had freed them from slavery in Egypt. But the resounding message from God's Word for us this week is how God shows his heart of grace―undeserved love that rescues sinners. Here is this week's "Together in the Word" for your personal and/or family devotional...

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