What are the lessons that we learn from the healing of the paralytic who was lowered through the roof to the feet of Jesus? Christ-followers today are much more likely to be accepting of the forgiveness of sin, which caused the religious leaders to label Jesus as a blasphemer, than they are of the reality ..
[extra]ordinary day, Part 2: Healing/Forgiving the Paralytic Luke 5:17-26
by Jarrett Stevens
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In Luke 5:12-16 Jesus breaks with the traditional rabbinical rules regarding association with lepers and in a healing process, reaches out and touches a leprous man who deliberately sought him out. The only rabbi who was approachable and who unhesitatingly touched this leper was God himself. Some of ..
24 Hours...A Day in the Life of Jesus, Part 2: Jesus Heals a Man of an Incurable Disease
by Mike Breaux
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A Hunger For Healing
by Keith Miller
The name of Elizabeth Fry has been largely forgotten. It is the forgotten people of this world that this British woman of the early 1800s served and it is her legacy we need to notice. The legacy can be ours as well. In turning around the infamous Newgate Prison for Women from a squalid correctional ..
Building a Heroic Faith, Part 3: Being a Hero of the Forgotten
by Lee Strobel
Speaking vulnerably of her own places of woundedness as well as more general ways we are all wounded, Lynne explains why we must (and how we can) take time out to heal, so we can be free to live out God¹s purpose for our lives. Originally presented to pastors¹ wives at the 1998 Church Leadership Conference, ..
Church Leadership Conference 1998: Time Out
by Lynne Hybels
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Pride, fear, image management-all factors that often comprise the denial of any kind of addiction and denial of the need for help. Most times we won't change until the pain becomes greater than our fear of change, and reality is we can't change without divine intervention. When we humble ourselves and ..
Coming Up to Breathe, Part 1: Blessed Are the Broken
Pride, fear, image management—all factors that often comprise the denial of any kind of addiction and denial of the need for help. Most times we won't change until the pain becomes greater than our fear of change, and reality is we can't change without divine intervention. When we humble ourselves and ..
Although we think we can self-sufficiently handle anything negative that life throws at us—addictions, infidelities, health issues, life issues in general—self-reliance just doesn't work. If anything, it moves us further away from the one source of strength and grace that can set us free. Humbling yourself ..
Coming Up to Breathe, Part 2: Ready to Surrender
Taking the necessary steps to move out of the bondage of bitterness from past hurts and into the freedom of forgiveness may be difficult and very painful at times, but forgiving those who have hurt you and seeking forgiveness from those you've hurt is a necessary part of the healing process. God requires ..
Coming Up to Breathe, Part 4: Amend My Relationships