Monthly Archives: May 2015

We are Christ’s ambassadors

2 Corinthians 5:11–21 Last week we celebrated Pentecost. That was the day when the Holy Spirit came down on the first disciples as fire. They saw what looked like fire and their hearts were set on fire. They were filled … Continue reading

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The power to tell others

Acts 2:1–12 Today is Pentecost. It’s the day on which the Holy Spirit was poured out on people who were united in prayer for God’s will. Let’s have a quick recap of the story so far to remind ourselves what … Continue reading

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Begun in prayer

Acts 1:12–26 Jesus has gone again. He was taken away and put in a tomb, but he came back in a new body. He spent 40 days on earth. Last week on Thursday, a couple of thousand years ago, he … Continue reading

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God’s Kingdom is on its way

Acts 1:1–14 The West Bank is a Palestinian area ruled by Israel. It includes East Jerusalem and other famous sites from Jesus’ time such as Bethlehem. Much of the area is cut off from Israel by a wall similar to … Continue reading

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From fishermen to shepherds

John 21:1–17 Jesus spent 40 days on earth in his resurrection body. Most of that time we don’t know where he was or what he was doing. We only know a few highlights from the Gospels. On the first day … Continue reading

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