Last week we explored Jesus’ appearance to Mary Magdalene as recorded in John 20:1-18. I hope you enjoy this second meditation on Jesus’ resurrection appearances in John’s Gospel. Today’s Scripture, John 20:19-31, records Jesus’ appearance to the disciples and to Thomas. Thomas’ transformation from doubt to faith underscores the validity of the Apostles’ witness to the risen Christ. We are invited to imitate Thomas by confessing Jesus as “My Lord and my God.” Click here to access this meditation.
Esther accusing Haman. (Public domain at this location).
I’ve entitled the Sunday school lesson for this week, April 19, 2020, “When God Cannot be Named!” The passage chosen for the day is Esther 7:1-10. I hope you enjoy the video exposition of this passage. To access this video, just click here.
The account of Mary Magdalene’s encounter with the risen Christ in John 20:1-18 is one of the most beautiful and moving accounts in Scripture. If you would like to watch a ten-minute Easter meditation on this passage please click here.
The picture of Mary and Jesus above is in the public domain at this address.
Friends, I greet you this Easter Morning with, “HE IS RISEN!” I can almost hear you answer, “HE IS RISEN, INDEED!” Please click HERE for a fifteen-minute video of the Sunday School lesson for Easter, April 12, 2020, from 1 Corinthians 15:1-8, 12-14, 20-23, and 42-45. God bless you and thanks for watching this video.
Hi, again, everybody. Here is a recording of the lesson for Sunday, April 5, 2020. In preparation for Holy Week we look at God’s faithful suffering Servant in Isaiah. I pray that you will find this lesson a blessing. In Christ’s love, Gary
Here is Part 4, the concluding section of “Preparing for Easter by following the Path to the Cross.” Part 4 is entitle “He saved others, but He cannot save Himself” and covers Mark 15:1-47. This part is in two eight-minute videos (Part A and Part B). Please click here for Part A and here for Part B. God bless.