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.
Kingdom Come – Luke 17.20-37Feb 23, 2020
Oops, There Goes Another Rubber Tree – Luke 17.5-19Feb 16, 2020
Stumbling Stones and Millstones – Luke 17.1-4Feb 9, 2020
Consider the Cost – Luke 14.25-35Dec 29, 2019
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