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Bible Talks: Where is Jesus when I need him?

In this episode of Coffee with Keith, I wanted to take a step away from our walk through Acts and instead, look at the Easter account from John 20:1-18.  In it, we see Mary Magdalene come to the grave of Jesus only to find the stone rolled away.  This account shows us the great love, faith, and pain that this special woman has for her teacher, Jesus Christ.   Her loss and pain somehow reminds me of my own.  Perhaps you are feeling that as well.  But as we know, that tomb isn't the end of this story.  I love the interaction that the risen Jesus has with Mary as she cries out in despair and fear.  In this story, I find hope.  In this story, I find peace.  In this story, I am  reminded of God's love for me.  Perhaps you are really hurting today...

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