Indirect attacks are the kind you don’t see coming. When you see it, it’s too late. Captain B. H. Liddell Hart, a British World War I veteran, military historian and strategist said, “In strategy the longest way round is often the shortest way there; a
Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” is widely considered a masterpiece of twentieth-century music. When it was released, reactions were, at best, mixed. Music critics were confused by the seeming senselessness of it all. One described the song as “a superficially impressive pastiche of incongruous musical styles,” and
Jesus is King. Jesus rules. But that does not mean that he will step into each of our troubles and remove them with an immediate wave of his glorious sceptre. On Ascension Day, it is helpful for us to understand that.
In recent studies, focused on the Lord’s Passion Week, we have looked at the Lord’s Supper (his betrayal) and the Lord’s sufferings (in which he was burdened, battered, and buried). As we conclude this brief series, we look now at our Lord’s salvation (blessing). Jesus