Posts Tagged ‘The Gospel of Matthew’

spring is near! but...waiting is hard

March 18th, 2016 | Posted by Cathe Laurie
We all know three-year-olds can teach us a thing or two about impatience—and on the positive side, they can teach us about persistence too. read more...

for the bruised reed . . .

May 12th, 2010 | Posted by Cathe Laurie
Matthew's portrait of Jesus is captivating and beautiful. He binds a bruised reed, instead of coldly snapping it off, in the hope that it will be restored. He fans a smoking candle wick, about to flicker out, back into flame. read more...

deity speaks to a woman!

April 22nd, 2010 | Posted by Cathe Laurie
In all of Scripture, can you guess who was the first and only woman ever addressed by name directly by Deity Himself? read more...

you do have the time

February 15th, 2010 | Posted by Cathe Laurie
As I read over certain passages in the Gospels, I find myself taking a deep breath. In marked contrast to our frantic lives, I am struck by the calm, steady pace with which Jesus walked among us. It is amazing, especially when you consider that He had just three short years to accomplish all the Father had given Him to do. read more...