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Trinity of Life

Christians speak of the Father, Son, and Spirit as the Trinity. The term doesn’t appear in the Bible, but the concept runs all through its pages. God the Father, God the Son, and God the Spirit. Three in one. Is He three, or one? The answer is, “yes.”  If Jesus,...

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The Word Was (With) God

John refers to Jesus as “the Word.” During three years of talking, walking, laughing, and living with the Son of God, John became convinced that Jesus was God’s message to us—telling us who He is and what He is doing.  In the beginning, was the Word, and the Word...

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God’s Idea

In the beginning, was the Word.  (John 1:1).  In Greek, the language John used to write his gospel, the term he uses for “word” is logos. Logos translates as “word,” “reason,” “logic,” or “plan.” In Greek culture, theology, and philosophy, logos is the...

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The Word Was

Words are fascinating—and pregnant with ideas. They’re walnuts in the shells waiting to be cracked open. In his gospel of life, John talks about “the Word,” the most alive person who has ever lived. He says that when everything else began, the Word already was. In the...

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In the Beginning

The Apostle John, in the second gospel, says that the closer we get to Christ, and the longer we stay close, the more alive we become.  John starts his book off in an audacious way. He says that before human or animal aliveness began, there was another...

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Exposed to Life

Not long ago at the dentist’s office, they took a set of x-rays of my teeth. That momentary exposure to radiation was good for me because it gave the dentist a picture of the true condition of my teeth. Before they snapped the pictures, however, they placed a heavy...

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