Tag Archives: death

The Victory of Powerlessness

Hi everyone. Rob here. I’ve been pondering the profound relationship in Scripture between power and powerlessness. We see this relationship described in Colossians 2:15. And having disarmed the powers and authorities, he made a public spectacle of them, triumphing over … Continue reading

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Through the Cross

Hi everyone, Rob here. Why don’t Christians wear an empty tomb around their necks? Admittedly it’s probably a bit tricky to manufacture and represent, but for the early Christians Jesus’ empty tomb was the defining symbol of their faith, not the cross. … Continue reading

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Death to Life

Hi everyone, Rob here. This week is a busy and perilous one. I have to travel to take a funeral for Kiley’s Nana and her family is largely non-Christian. I am praying for wisdom and protection as I seek to honour them … Continue reading

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