Jesus has a destructive work to do against a plurality of destroying demons.
Unlike Jonah, Jesus is himself the Word that hooks them and pulls them from the deep.
Flowing in the grace of this freedom can never mean that all things are lawful for me.
God said, “Let there be light,” and suddenly the true Light that enlightens everyone illumined a new world.
For true homage, look for overwhelming joy, the bended knee, and open treasure chests spilling all praise.
Christ is vested as the Son of the Father, and we are gathered under the shadow of the Son’s flowing robes.
There is no holy land that locks, contains, or otherwise constrains the divine presence.
John the Baptist gives himself entirely as a martyr to his role as witness.
The word made flesh, who in both life and death is ever present, stands forever (Isa. 40:8).
Jesus comes in what he says and does, in parabolic word and perplexing deeds.