Tag Archives: Jesus

What Easter Represents Is Important

This post reflects our Wascana Fellowship meeting on Easter weekend. As a little bit of background, our fellowship traditionally celebrates the events associated with Easter at the time of the Jewish Passover, (sometimes called the “quartodeciman” dating) which happens a … Continue reading

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Introduction to 1 Corinthians: Wisdom From Above

Luke the physician wrote his two-part history of the beginning of the church from the vantage point of having been a companion of Paul. Besides diligently interviewing eyewitnesses to the ministries of Jesus he had direct access to Paul himself … Continue reading

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Walking In Jesus’ Meekness

The first step for Larry McCall in defining walking like Jesus did comes from last week’s passage: Matt.11:29, where Jesus describes Himself as “meek” and “lowly in heart.” Meekness is generally regarded as a sort of self-effacing and submissive demeanour. … Continue reading

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Walking As Jesus Walked: Introduction

This week’s session was inspired by the introduction of Larry E. McCall’s Walking Like Jesus Did: Studies in the Character of Christ (Winona Lake, IN: BMH Books, 2005). All Scripture quotations in this post are from the New King James … Continue reading

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Is the Feast of Tabernacles Really About the Millennium?

Usually these posts more-or-less reflect the consensus of Wascana Fellowship. This one is about a more personal view of the Fall Festival season mentioned in the Old Testament. In other words, this view does not necessarily represent the overall views … Continue reading

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Feast of Trumpets: The Royal Coronation

In ancient Israel the nation was instructed to gather on the first day of the Hebrew calendar’s seventh month to celebrate a festival that was memorialized by blowing trumpets. (This calendar was based on lunar cycles, and the first day … Continue reading

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A Refreshing Revelation, Part 4

In our last installment we left the Throne Room scene with the question of who is worthy to open the scroll found in the hand of “the One on the throne”? After a dramatic pause, the prophet hears that “the … Continue reading

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