• Don’t Call Me Daughter - Luke 8.40-56

    Some have called this the “miracle interrupted.” We have what starts out and ends as the story of Jesus healing Jairus’ dying daughter, yet sandwiched in the middle is the healing of the woman with the relentless flow of blood. At first glance, that “middle miracle” seems random and accidental -- maybe even an annoying distraction. But the Lord works deliberately, not randomly. And it was no accident that these two healings happened on this day, in this sequence, and are forever linked together. No other miracle story in the Bible is quite like this one. This is not a miracle interrupted, it is a double miracle -- and it has a double lesson for you and me.

    Pages

    About Us

    This blog is written by leaders of SVCC. The people who write here are not perfect or "holier than thou."  They just strive to seek after God with all their hearts.

    We hope that God will speak to you as you read the words He's placed here through the hearts and minds of people who follow after Him.

    Mary Magdalene control Free Will Witness Hypocrisy Clothing Newbigen Judgement Wonders Evangelism Goodness Holy Love judging others trajectory Free Samples God's Word Revelation Inconvenience Santa Persecution Lust Parenting through Christ Greed Regeneration Holy Week victor Retaliation Cost of Discipleship Injustice Poverty living right Education fear Spiritual Need Damascus Road Busy Giving Salvation Spiritual Support Sanctification Fruit of the Spirit Christmas demons Great Commission Assumptions Fasting Faith Apology Son of Man Tired Baptism Healing Bible Study Purity Backbiting Habits Anxiety Men Bread Worry Taste and See Prophecy Word of God Faith or Fear Self Worth Sexism Second Coming Hebrew Names of God Empty Tomb The Dukes of Hazzard Trials Messiah Outcast Nobles Not a Fan victim Christmas Eve Dependence Sheperds Lunatic Obedience Alabaster Jar Lies Jairus Joy Pornography End Times Interpretation Spiritual Warfare Ash Wednesday Adultery Daily Bible Readings Materialism Betrayal Cross Part 1 Walk on Water Family OK Perseverance Mary Neutrality Serving God Reward Christology Repentance Guests Restoration Christ Forgiveness Sin Breath Prayer Poser Genealogy Kindness May Desire Mission Work Wise Men Light Violence Friendship John the Baptist Patience Jim Eliot Apologetics Antichrist Matthew Confession Daily Bible Reading Signs Childlike Original Sin Honesty Spirit Walkers Heart Armor Humility Palm Sunday Fornication Daniel Father's Business Seventy Sevens Narrow Way Action Presence of God Emptiness Weary Simple Complexity Desperado Nice Scripture Memory Rest in the Lord Son of God Serving Knowing God Rest Grace outsiders Foundation Doubt Envy Judas Lost Cause Applause Storms Love Never Fails trouble Parables Spiritual Blindness relationship with God Herod Soil wisdom Physical Need Security Theophany Proverbs Judgment Gentiles Approval Christmas Dragon Understanding exposure Apocalypse Danger Purpose Liar joyous thoughts Fruit fo the Spirit Racism Unclean Temptation Exhausted Speaking Miracles Shame Questions Happiness Vision Trek & Journey Sacrifice Naughty Holiness Conflict Disciple Fails Blessings Depression Gender Lent Advent Moving Mountains Love Tithes Angel Traffic Authority Stubborn Compassion Mercy Disappointment Satan Provision Savior without Lord Ancestry Easter tribulation Women's Ministry Blog Discipleship aim Truth God is in control stress Lord Acceptance Angels Gossip letting go Treasure Patient Law Family of God Fire God's Timing Expectations Murder Gentleness Ezekiel Dragon Politics Trek and Journey Gifts Worship Prayer Predestination Messages Family Tree Social Justice God the Father Service wholehearted Evangelicalism tempest