Kaiser Wilhelm II entered Jerusalem through the Jaffa gate mounted on a beautiful white horse. Nearly 2000 years before, Jesus had entered Jerusalem through the Eastern gate mounted upon a humble donkey. Two dignitaries entered the same city in two different ways. Why the differences?
Sodom was guilty of an “abomination” – and when God saw it “He removed them.” What was this abomination and what can that tell us about God’s attitude toward this sin? Also, can this “abomination” be forgiven?
How did Joseph become a member of the Sanhedrin and ultimately become a secret follower of Jesus? This first person presentation explores one possible explanation.
When Jesus was crucified, some turned away and some ran away from Him. But there was at least one man didn't do that and his life changed forever. Do you know who that man was?
Right God, Wrong Place
For years I thought the only reason the Wisemen came to Jerusalem was to get directions. But I was wrong. What other possible reason could the Wisemen have had for going there?