Kim Vogel Sawyer
A heart of compassion

A heart of compassion

There have always been penalties in place for law-breakers. And there should be. Rules, and consequences for breaking them, are necessary for a civil society. In Jesus’ time, adultery was against the law; the penalty: death by stoning. I would consider the threat of that consequence a pretty good deterrent!…

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You will be filled

You will be filled

Jesus spent a lot of time during the Feast of the Tabernacle teaching and preaching in the temple. His authority and knowledge astounded some people, confused others, and angered still more. He invited the Jewish people, who were familiar with the prophecies about the coming Messiah, to see Him for…

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Speak His name

Speak His name

This is more of Peter’s statement to Jesus. Peter BELIEVED and KNEW who Jesus was: the Son of God. There was no “I think You are…” or “Maybe You are…” or “It’s possible You could be…” involved here. Bold belief—Peter KNEW. Those of us who have received Jesus as Savior,…

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“To whom shall we go?”

“To whom shall we go?”

There’s something about this simple verse that gets me right in the middle of my heart. I can imagine the Twelve—Jesus’ closest earthly friends—watching the crowd disperse. All those people returning to their homes and their “regularly scheduled lives,” while these chosen ones remained without a shelter, without the assurance…

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He wastes nothing

He wastes nothing

How heartbreaking it must have been for Jesus to have spent so much time with these people—pouring His heart into them, putting their needs before His own—and then be abandoned. We’ve probably all encountered those who stick around when we’re the givers, but when we need something in return, they…

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