In the first century, it was customary for Jewish men to daily recount their various blessings before the Lord. According to rabbinic tradition, pious men were to lift up their hands and give thanks in the following manner, “Lord, I thank you I am not a heathen; I thank you I am not illiterate; I thank you … More Women in the Church
It was Sunday, and the grave which housed the crucified body of Jesus was empty. The Son of God had come back to life, folded his grave clothes, rolled away the stone, left some angels behind, exited the sepulcher, and was in the process of reuniting with his fear-filled disciples. Two of them he met walking … More A Glorious Heartburn
This Sunday, at Palmetto Hills Presbyterian Church, our congregation will celebrate the Lord’s Supper towards the conclusion of the morning service. At our particular church, we partake monthly — perhaps we should do so more often — and it is a sweet opportunity for us to: Remember Christ’s past grace for us given at the cross; … More Do I Have to Fence the Table Again?