Tag Archives: Jesus

From Atonement to Reconciliation

On Oct. 8 Some friends and members of Wascana Fellowship spent an evening celebrating an evening known to Jewish people as the beginning of yom kippur. We began our conversation by discussing what that day meant in the lives of … Continue reading

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The Fruit of God’s Vineyard

[Oct. 4] Following up on the discussion on Sep. 27, we proceeded to the next parable (in Matthew 21:33-46), about a man who builds and outfits a vineyard, then rents it out to “vinedressers” or “husbandmen” (depending on the translation). … Continue reading

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“I Am The Good Shepherd”

[Sep. 20] Wayne Hart began this discussion by having us read from John 9 and 10. On the heels of freeing a blind man from his lack of vision comes a challenge to Jesus’ authenticity (John 9). Detractors refused to … Continue reading

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The Redeemer

The Biblical book of Ruth is a story of loss, love and restoration that has been loved by generations of readers. It comes to a climax when Boaz, Ruth’s new-found love must confront a kinsman to vie for her hand … Continue reading

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Matthew’s Take on Jesus

What is Matthew trying to say about Jesus? Comparing Matthew’s story about Jesus with the story of Moses we get:

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