Jesus in Gethsemane

The name Gethsemane in the Aramaic means “Olive Press”. There was one located there. This reminds us what the form for the Lord’s Supper says: “. . . when the weight of our sins and the wrath of God pressed out of Him the bloody sweat in the garden.” After instituting the sacrament of communion […]

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Not My Will

First, a note: if you desire your question to answered in this column, then please sign your letter. I will not use your name in answering, but I will not answer unless signed. The only exception being the question I treat in this article, as I had not made this plan before. The questions have […]

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Gethsemane’s Agony

The undersigned was requested to write the feature article for this issue of Beacon Lights.  The subject assigned to me deals with the struggle of our Lord Jesus Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane, and then particularly with the words of our Lord: “Not My will but Thine be done.”  The topic which I selected […]

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