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What Do You Want Me to Do for You?

A blind man named Bartimaeus came to Jesus. Jesus asked him, “What do you want me to do for you?” “Well, duh! Hello! I’m blind!”  Did Jesus ask a stupid question?  Not if you think about it. The Nature of Jesus’s Questions Whenever Jesus asked a question, he was not looking for information. He is … [Read More…]

Greek Word Devos–eleos

In our Greek Word Devotional series, we discuss some of our favorite passages in the Bible, focusing on the specific use of certain Greek words. This week, we wanted to look at how our Heavenly Father describes Himself. “Go and learn what this means: I desire mercy and not sacrifice. For I didn’t come to … [Read More…]

Hebrew Word Study: Hesed

The Hebrew word used in Hosea 6:6 (hesed) is one of the most difficult words in the Bible to translate. At least 3 scholarly books have been written on its meaning. It conveys overtones of loyalty, love, and other concepts such as mercy and kindness. Some passages emphasize one sense, while other passages emphasize another. … [Read More…]