Category Archives: Trial of Jesus

What Jesus did not do

One of the things I love about Jesus is his refusal to be defined by the prejudicial social pressures of his day.  Continue reading

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The unexpected glory of the cross

It’s hard to travel 100 miles in any direction in the world today without encountering the symbol of the cross.

The cross was first an instrument of torture and death reserved for traitors and violent criminals.

How strange it is that such a symbol can be found everywhere in the world as a form of art, jewelry and architecture. There is something incredulously astonishing about this reality!
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What should I do with Jesus?

When Pilate asked Jesus, “Where do you come from?” he probably wasn’t asking for an earthly address. Continue reading

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I find no fault in Him

Very early in the morning, they brought Jesus from Caiaphas to the Roman governor’s residence. Pilate came out to them impatiently perplexed as to why such matters needed his attention. “What charges are you bringing against this man?” he asked. … Continue reading

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