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Sunday, February 21st 2021

Mark’s account, unlike Matthew and Luke’s, mentions no particular presentation of a temptation by the devil to our Lord Jesus. We are merely told that Jesus was in the wilderness (read desert) for forty days being tempted by Satan, and that the angels were ministering to Him. And although the other accounts tell of Jesus’ overcoming the temptations, we know that such victories were a prelude to the ultimate victory Jesus won over the devil on the Cross. Interestingly, we have a foreshadowing of this victory in our First Lesson this morning…

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Fear in Private Confession
Wednesday, February 10th 2021

As was suggested last week, Private Confession allows for the declaration of the gift of forgiveness up close and personal. And just so, it can be more encouraging and reassuring in overcoming doubts so that we can cling to our Lord’s promise of mercy.

Conviction and Absolution
Wednesday, February 3rd 2021

This week we segue from the consideration of Confession and Absolution declared by the Pastor in our corporate gathering for worship, to the same declaration of forgiveness in Private Confession.

The Book of Acts
Wednesday, December 2nd 2020

Last week we spoke of the four evangelistic tracts known as the Four Gospels. This week we will consider an additional Book to include in the section that is historical, and that is the Book of Acts.

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