We are not weak because we suffer from anxiety or depression, nor does it disqualify the quality of our faith in Christ.
Our Savior spoke in a way all could understand, but in this sermon, He pulled His disciples closer.
“Daily bread” isn’t just provision by means of food and other physical means.
The Apostle Matthew left a historical trail of Jesus’ death by recording the events that immediately followed. John, perhaps tied in knots of emotion as he remained at the foot of the cross with Jesus’ mother as He died, can only move on after mention of His Savior’s last earthly breath before the crucifixion.
“When morning came, all the chief priests and the elders of the people took counsel against Jesus to put him to death. And they bound him and led him away and delivered him over to Pilate the governor.” ~ Matthew 27:1-2 The life of Pontius Pilate is difficult to accurately trace outside of his stature as a Roman ruler. Artifacts with his image and name…