Red Letter Days: The Wedding

"Let us rejoice and exult and give Him the glory, for the marriage of the Lamb has come, and His Bride has made herself ready; it was granted her to clothe herself with fine linen, bright and pure"—for the fine linen is the righteous deeds of the saints. And the angel said to me, "Write this: Blessed are those... Continue Reading →

Red Letter Days: The Coronation

Let's set the scene, shall we? Obviously, there's a throne. It was crafted at great length and with infinite care by the best of the warrior poets, gilded and gleaming and fairly bursting with anticipation as it waits to be occupied. Drapes—two or three stories tall, stitched of crimson velvet and moonlight—tower up the walls... Continue Reading →

Red Letter Days: The Funeral

Dearly beloved, it is with deep sadness that we gather together in the shadow of Golgotha today. The brightest Light this world has ever known has been extinguished, and our hope has died with Him. You might be one of the masses who called Jesus Rabbi, following His brief but explosive three-year ministry and teachings... Continue Reading →

Red Letter Days: The Birthday

Red letter day: a day that is pleasantly noteworthy or memorable English nerd that I am, I'm a sucker for double meanings, and I've been holding this series idea in for much too long. Over the next few posts, we'll focus on the big days (red-letter ones) in the life of Jesus (who apparently spoke... Continue Reading →

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