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The Bible bleeds

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Graham Scroggie, a British commentator said, cut the Bible anywhere and it bleeds. He’s right. You could cut the Bible in Genesis 22, Abraham sacrificing his son. It’ll bleed right there. Because it anticipates God sending his son on that same mountain. If you cut the Bible in Psalm 22, which is a poetic description of the crucifixion, it bleeds. If you cut the Bible in Exodus 12, speaking of the Passover, it bleeds. If you cut it in Leviticus 5, the sin offering, it bleeds. Cut it in Isaiah chapter 53, it bleeds.


It’s all about the sacrifice, all about the cross, so much so that even when John the apostle gets a vision of heaven and looks at the lion of the tribe of Judah, he said, and I looked and behold a lamb as though it had been– what, tell me? Slain. In heaven, you could see marks on this lamb as though it had been killed. Have you ever thought of this? The only work of man you’ll see in heaven are the marks of crucifixion on the body of Jesus Christ.

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Pride chief cause of misery

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C.S. Lewis said pride is the chief cause of misery in every nation and family since the world began. Think of it. It was pride that took Lucifer out of heaven. It was pride that took Adam out of paradise. It was pride that took Saul, King Saul, first King of Israel, out of the kingdom. It was pride that took Nebuchadnezzar, King of Babylon, out of Babylonian society. It was pride that took Haman out of the Persian court. It was pride that changed angels into demons. It is pride that changes friends into enemies. Pride ruins everything, and here’s why.


Pride is the cancer of the soul. And if it’s left undiagnosed and untreated, it will destroy spiritual life. So the antidote is humility. That’s the cure for this age-long disease, humility.

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The final day

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Did you know that if you were to read the four gospels and count the chapters that speak about Jesus’ first 30 years of life on Earth, you’d only find four chapters that even mention what was going on in the first 30 years of his life. But did you know also that 85 chapters speak of the last 3 and 1/2 years of Jesus’ life? So what do you think they’re focusing on, last 3 and 1/2 years? Of those 85 chapters, 29 of them focus in only on the last week of Christ on the earth. And of those 29 chapters, 13 deal with the final day of his life.

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