Passion Week: The Garden of Gethsemane

By Barbara This week there is cause for much celebration. It is the Holy Week, when we reflect on the final days of Jesus Christ’s life on earth, culminating with His ultimate resurrection. Celebrate with us this week on www.RealLifeAnswers.org as we recount events that occurred hundreds of years ago — events that allow us, today, to be saved by Christ’s merciful sacrifice and Atonement. Being from France, I never really understood the American Easter tradition of painting, decorating, and...
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Passion Week: Conspiracy and Anointment

By Tiffany This week there is cause for much celebration. It is the Holy Week, when we reflect on the final days of Jesus Christ’s life on earth, culminating with His ultimate resurrection. Celebrate with us this week on www.RealLifeAnswers.org as we recount events that occurred hundreds of years ago — events that allow us, today, to be saved by Christ’s merciful sacrifice and Atonement. In the account that Luke gives, it was on this day of holy week that Satan entered into Judas Iscariot'...
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The Parables of Christ Today

This week there is cause for much celebration. It is the Holy Week, when we reflect on the final days of Jesus Christ’s life on earth, culminating with His ultimate resurrection. Celebrate with us this week on www.RealLifeAnswers.org as we recount events that occurred hundreds of years ago — events that allow us, today, to be saved by Christ’s merciful sacrifice and Atonement. Have you ever read a few pages of the Bible and thought, "What in the world did I just read?" I think anyone who has ...
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Christ’s Triumphal Entry

By Ashley D This week there is cause for much celebration. It is the Holy Week, when we reflect on the final days of Jesus Christ's life on earth, culminating with His ultimate resurrection. Celebrate with us this week on www.RealLifeAnswers.org as we recount events that occurred hundreds of years ago — events that allow us, today, to be saved by Christ's merciful sacrifice and Atonement. In most ways, this day is like any other. I will go to work and edit financial research reports. I wil...
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Why Bad Things Happen to Good People – Part III: A Slight Tangent

Instead of continuing with the next category in my series about why bad things happen to good people, I'm going off on a slight tangent today and will continue with the next category next week. Yesterday, Ashley and I were on a bus for a long time, so I ended up spending a few hours reading "East of Eden" by John Steinbeck. I'm a little over halfway through, and I often can't put it down. The part I was reading yesterday was particularly interesting to me because I stumbled upon a piece of Mo...
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