April 17 (Easter Sunday): Why Do You Look For the Living Among the Dead?
Jesus isn’t just a historical figure to learn about but a person we can know.
April 16 (Holy Saturday): Jesus Was Dead
Holy Saturday is that moment when our faith is tested and we discover where we have placed our hope: in the changing circumstances of life or in the Word of God.
April 15 (Good Friday): It is Finished
Here’s the good news: because Jesus’ work is finished we can finally rest from the task of earning God’s love.
April 14 (Maundy Thursday): He Washed Their Feet
Jesus showed by his example something he had taught before: “The greatest among you must be a servant” (Mt. 23:11 NLT).
April 13 (Holy Wednesday): Not My Will
We will always face the temptation to advance our own agenda, but Jesus showed us a different way: the way of surrender.
April 12 (Holy Tuesday): Mountains and Fig Trees
Just as Jesus made the unfruitful fig tree wither, he gave us the authority to remove every unfruitful thing from our lives.
April 11 (Holy Monday): A Den Of Thieves
If we’re not careful, we can begin to see other people as opportunities to advance our own agenda instead of precious individuals that God has placed in our life to serve.
April 10 (Palm Sunday): The Stones Will Cry Out
Without a doubt, Jesus receives (and will receive) praise. The question is: will you join the heavenly chorus?