The women go to the tomb. It is empty. An angel announces the Good News. And so the women....go home? That's what Marks says. But why? What are we missing? Looking a bit deeper Rev. Williams helps us learn the rest of the story.
The king that entered Jerusalem on a donkey was not what the people expected. If only they had listened to Zechariah they might have understood God's great plan.
Words can inspire. Words can cripple. And words can bring hope in difficult times. The prophet Micah uses words to share a vision of a future of peace, justice, and harmony that we still strive for today.
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What really defines our faith? How we worship? What we believe? What we do? Drawing on the words of the prophet Amos, Rev. Williams helps us see that what we do is grounded in what we believe and forms the very nature of the worship that God desires.
What's the big deal about sin? Isn't that a silly, old fashioned concept? Not really. Sin is a very big deal. Fortunately, we worship a very big God who is constantly working to cleanse us and make us whole.
We preach peace, gentleness, and kindness and are surrounded by violence, greed, exploitation, and aggression. How long must we endure this current world, and how are we to live during these turbulent times? Drawing on the words of the prophet Habakkuk Rev. Williams helps us dig for answers.
With hope people can move mountains. Without it we can barely function. Where do we find hope when hope seems to be gone? Using the letter Jeremiah wrote to a nation in exile, Rev. Williams helps us remember that we are never alone, and that with God, there is always hope.
Every day we are faced with the decision of who we trust to guide us through; God, or the ways of the world. Using the story of the Hebrew spies in Numbers 13, Rev. Williams helps us discover there is only one sure answer.
There is nothing worse than not knowing what you are going to face or how you are going to face it. Drawing on the experiences of the Israelites in the 16th Chapter of Exodus, Rev. Williams helps us find some lessons to help us.
Living a life of faith is not always easy. Sometimes we face fierce opposition. What are we to do, and how are we to respond when that happens? Drawing on the story of Nehemiah's rebuilding of the wall, and Moses and the king of Edom, Rev. Williams looks for lessons that will help guide us today.
The stories in the Bible continue to amaze us, but not nearly as much as how they continue to speak in such a timely manner to the events that unfold in our lives.
There are so many problems facing us. and often we feel overmatched and overwhelmed. But we have more in our favor than we might think. Drawing on the story of Elisha and the Arameans in 2 Kings, Rev. Williams looks at how we might open our eyes to the possibilities around us.
Did you know that God will go to great lengths to show his love for us? Well, not only does Christmas prove that, but a certain talking donkey does as well. Wait...a talking donkey? You bet.
We all want to be loved. We all want someone to be with us in the tough times. But who will do that? Rev. Williams answers that question by looking deeper into the meaning of the current season.
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