We’re familiar with the story of Jesus’ agonized prayer in the Garden of Gethsemane the night before He died. But there was another, earlier night of agonized prayer in our Lord’s life, described in Luke 6:12-19.
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Betrayal: The Deepest Pain (Part Two)
My last post explored the subject of betrayal, and this time I offer some thoughts on how to deal with this greatest (I believe) of all pains.
Betrayal: The Deepest Pain (Part One)
Here in the middle of Lent, as we journey towards Good Friday, I present a two-part series on the subject of betrayal.