But That Person is Truly Worthy… – a Meditation on Matthew 22:1-14

“The wedding feast is ready, but those invited were not worthy.” – Matthew 22:8 The King just wanted them to have a good time. That was why He had invited them to the wedding feast. It was [...]

“What Do You Want to See?” – A Meditation on Matthew 22:34-46

“nor from that day did anyone dare to ask Him any more questions.” What are you hoping to see? When the read the bible, when you open up God’s Word, what are you hoping to see? The [...]

Friend, Move Up Higher – a Meditation on Luke 14:1-11

“… so that when he comes he may say to you, ‘Friend, move up higher.’” The amount of work that people do trying to impress God and other people is staggering. The amount of fear [...]

Jesus is Gutted – A Meditation on Luke 7:11-17

“And when the Lord saw her, He had compassion on her….” There was a lot to see when folks saw that funeral procession slowly working it’s way from Nain to the local graveyard. There [...]

Jesus Tells it Like it Is – A Meditation on Matthew 6:24-34

“No one can serve two masters… therefore I tell you….” Today we can miss the point of what Jesus says in Matthew 6 because we are a culture intoxicated on the idea of personal choice. [...]

He’s Not a Pouter – A Meditation on Luke 17:11-19

“And one of them, when he saw that he was healed…” It always astonishes me that the lepers head off to see the priests before they are healed. Jesus tells them to go show themselves to the [...]

Shut Your Trap – A Meditation on Luke 10:25-37

“But he, desiring to justify himself, said to Jesus…” So often when considering the story of the Good Samaritan, we forget the setup. There is a lawyer who wants to test Jesus, and he [...]

Not an Entertainer – a Meditation on Mark 7:31-37

“And taking him aside from the crowd privately…” Often when we think of Jesus performing miracles, we can think of big, showy things – almost like it would be like a summer blockbuster. [...]

How About a Little Peace – a Meditation on Luke 19

Beat them into submission. Spread rumors and “facts” about them until they shut up and go away. No, I'm not talking about how we work today in dealing with our “friends” or classmates – or at [...]

“My Name’s Pit” – a Reflection on Luke 16

“The master commended the dishonest manager for his shrewdness. For the sons of this world are more shrewd in dealing with their own generation than the sons of light.”