Tag Archives: Forgiveness of Sins

Bible 1 Yr – Day 330 – Mortal versus Venial Sin

Today we read the last chapter of the first letter of John. In it John tells us to pray for one another if we observe another sinning. If anyone sees his brother committing a sin not leading to death, he … Continue reading

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Bible 1 Yr – Day 306 – What did Jesus write in the sand?

Today we read the famous story about a woman brought before Jesus caught in adultery. Its another trap for Him set by the Pharisees. If Jesus condemns her, they will go to the Romans because only the Romans have authority … Continue reading

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Bible 1 Yr – Day 227 – Enter Under My Roof

Today we are in Luke, Chapter 7 and the account of Jesus healing the slave of a Centurion. The first thing to notice is that this scene plays out in Capernaum. Recall from our discussions in Matthew that while Jesus … Continue reading

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Bible 1 Yr – Day 196 – Pope Francis’ Message is Romans 14

I, like many people, love Pope Francis. He’s talking a new talk and walking a new walk. But the truth is what he’s saying really isn’t new. It’s more a case of what is old being new again. Today we … Continue reading

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Bible 1 Yr – Day 61 – The Scapegoat

Just a quick interesting tidbit today from Leviticus. We read about the right of atonement. In eat, two goats are sacrificed. One is killed and is offered in the normal fashion. However, the other is taken by the priest, who … Continue reading

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Bible1 Yr – Day 14 – The “Mistake” in Matthew 9

In today’s reading of Matthew 9, we read the famous scene where Jesus forgives the sins of a paralytic. The Pharisees are outraged basically asking, ‘Who does this man think the is that he can say someone’s sins are forgiven?’ … Continue reading

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