From Blind Beggar to Anointed Eyes By Kersley Fitzgerald……I read John 9 recently — the passage where Jesus heals the man born blind and then the man totally takes the Pharisees to school. Something stopped me short this time. In verse 11, when asked how he regained his sight, the formerly-blind man says Jesus “anointed” his eyes.…That’s such […]

The Very Good Wine November 25, 2011   “When the ruler of the feast had tasted the water that was made wine, . . . |he| called the bridegroom, And saith unto him, Every man at the beginning doth set forth good wine; and when men have well drunk, then that which is worse: but […]

The Story of Lazarus: Perspective Lessons……By Gwen Sellers……John 11 shares the story of Lazarus’s death and resurrection. While many know this story from children’s books or Sunday school classes, it contains much to teach adults. The story reveals the hearts of those around Jesus and gives insight into the heart of Jesus Himself. The Sisters […]

Does God still perform miracles today ?   There is a tremendous difference between the popular definition of a miracle in our culture and the narrow technical definition of a miracle that theologians work within their science. …We can often have serious communication problems when people ask me whether I believe that God is doing […]