Monthly Archives: January 2017

SERENDIPITY FOR SATURDAY

“ALMOST” PANCAKES FOR BREAKFAST I read this story some time ago and thought you would enjoy it. There was a little six-year-old named Brandon, who decided one Saturday morning to fix his parents some pancakes. He found a big bowl … Continue reading

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WHAT DID JESUS REALLY SAY

NEW TESTAMENT CONTEXTUAL COMMENTARY by Dr. Robert R. Seyda GOSPEL OF MATTHEW CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT Part VI NOTE: In Jewish writings, we find an interesting post-resurrection incident where disciples of Jesus were called in for interrogation to see if they too … Continue reading

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WHAT DID JESUS REALLY SAY

NEW TESTAMENT CONTEXTUAL COMMENTARY by Dr. Robert R. Seyda GOSPEL OF MATTHEW CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT Part V Verses 18-20: So He approached them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth is given to me. So go and make followers … Continue reading

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WHAT DID JESUS REALLY SAY

NEW TESTAMENT CONTEXTUAL COMMENTARY by Dr. Robert R. Seyda GOSPEL OF MATTHEW CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT Part III Experts in the Greek language tell us a slight change in the lettering occurred in this saying of Jesus sometime during the copying of … Continue reading

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WHAT DID JESUS REALLY SAY

NEW TESTAMENT CONTEXTUAL COMMENTARY by Dr. Robert R. Seyda GOSPEL OF MATTHEW CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT Part II There is an interesting story in another Jewish document where Rabbis are discussing whether or not the resurrection can be proven by reading the … Continue reading

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WHAT DID JESUS REALLY SAY

NEW TESTAMENT CONTEXTUAL COMMENTARY by Dr. Robert R. Seyda GOSPEL OF MATTHEW CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT Part I Verse 1: The day after the Sabbath was the first day of the week. That day at dawn Mary Magdalene and the other woman … Continue reading

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POINTS TO PONDER

Robert Green Ingersoll (1833-1899), a jurist and staunch Republican, wrote an essay in 1884 in which he outlines the traits and virtues of President Abraham Lincoln. In his essay, Ingersoll says: “Nothing discloses real character like the use of power.” … Continue reading

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