April 9 – The Future is Unknown To Us And Is Exciting

April 9 – The Future is Unknown To Us And Is Exciting

4:99 – The Future is Unknown to Us and Is Exciting #faithbites #faithjourney unknown Setting God has a unique way of messing with us when he wants us to learn. Lately, I’ve been wondering about what tomorrow holds and in less that 24 hours, he opened my eyes. First, last night, I saw something that I think will happen, a […]

April 7 – Hall of Champions

April 7 – Hall of Champions

4:97 – Hall of Champions #faithbites #faithjourney champions Setting I don’t know if your school had this, but mine did. A hallway dedicated to the Champions of the school. There are pictures, trophies, and mementos of days gone by. I walked through that hallway everyday of high school from the parking lot to classes. I would look at the trophies […]

April 3 – Mourning, Waiting – Holy Saturday

April 3 – Mourning, Waiting – Holy Saturday

4:93 – Mourning, Waiting – Holy Saturday #faithbites #faithjourney mourning Setting As we continue Holy Week, we get to the day that I think is the hardest, Holy Saturday. We talked about the meaning of Maundy Thursday and Good Friday. We all know that tomorrow is Easter Sunday, the day Jesus defeated the grave and rose from the dead. I […]

April 2 – “Good” Friday, Redux

April 2 – “Good” Friday, Redux

4:92 – Good Friday, Redux #faithbites #faithjourney friday Setting Yesterday, we explained why Maundy, not Monday, Thursday is celebrated. Today, we will revisit and revise the #faithbites from April 10, 2020, which discussed why we call Good Friday, Good. I had this discussion with my youngest as she didn’t understand how Jesus dying could be good. I hope this helps. […]

April 1 – Monday Thursday? No, Maundy Thursday

April 1 – Monday Thursday? No, Maundy Thursday

4:91 – Monday Thursday? No Maundy Thursday #faithbites #faithjourney maundy Setting Most #faithbites share the world of the Lord based on my experiences or how I’m feeling. Today, we are going to take a slightly different approach and use this for education. (And yes, I know, everything can be education). Before I became a Christian, I was always confused when […]