Author Archives: Clark Bunch
In John 20 Jesus breathes on the disciples and tells them to receive the Holy Spirit. If they were not receiving the promise of the Comforter at that time (and they were not, that’s the day of Pentecost after the … Continue reading
The Bible is about Jesus; according to Jesus.
An Easter Poem In the early hours of the morning, after the Sabbath had ended, a few women walked toward his grave to finish matters left unattended. They carried spices for anointing, to honor custom and tradition.For he had been quickly laid in the … Continue reading
There were other people, from the Old and New Testaments, that were dead and restored to life. Jesus is the firstborn of the resurrection. Colossians 1 describes the incarnation and how we are redeemed and reconciled to God through the … Continue reading
A Poem for Good Friday Many questions were asked of him,though no answer was heard.Pilate pressed him to respond,but Jesus spoke not a word. As prophesied by Isaiah,like a lamb he was silent.Which angered the crowd even more,and they began … Continue reading
Many events during Jesus’ earthly ministry had been recorded prophetically hundreds of years earlier. As Jesus enters Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, let’s connect some of those dots to see the whole picture. Or at least more of it.
The introductory verses of Hebrews says a lot about Jesus in just a few words. Let’s unpack some of that profound understanding contained in just a few short statements.
Up until this point Daniel has been interpreting dreams and visions for the kings of Babylon. Beginning in chapter 7, Daniel describes and gives the interpretation of his own visions of the end times.
It may be a story we all know well but what is the application for the New Testament believer? Interestingly enough Daniel 6 is more about Darius than Daniel.