Mottel’s Story

Mottel was always told that the New Testament represented anti-semitism, that it was written by those who had persecuted the Jews, and had been used for thousands of years to attack the Jewish people. He was told to never read it, but as time passed, he grew ever more curious.  When he finally started to read it for himself, what he found shocked him.

If you had been here – Easter Poem

Glen Scrivener:

In John chapter 11, Jesus’ best friend lies ill. His family beg Jesus to come and heal him. Jesus does not respond right away. When he shows up, Lazarus has been dead for four days. It seems he’s too late.

But to this tragedy Jesus brings two surprising gifts—tears and triumph. He cries at the grave then raises his friend from death. It’s these tears and triumph that we need in the face of our own tragedies.

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