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Healing the Ear of Malchus – Miracle of Jesus

Free online resources based on Jesus restoring the ear of Malchus, the servant of the High Priest. This story can be found primarily in Luke, with references in the other three Gospels. See below for links to sermons, stories and entertaining sites for this miracle.

Then Simon Peter, who had a sword, drew it and struck the high priest’s servant and cut off his right ear. The servant’s name was Malchus. — John 18:10 AMP

Healing the Ear of Malchus – Summary

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Healing Peter’s Mother-In-Law – Miracle of Jesus

Free online resources based on Jesus healing Peter’s Mother-In-Law. This story can be found in Matthew, Mark and Luke in the Bible. See below for links to sermons, stories and entertaining sites for this miracle.

When Jesus came into Peter’s house, he saw Peter’s mother-in-law lying in bed with a fever. He touched her hand and the fever left her, and she got up and began to wait on him. — Matthew 8:14-15 NIV

Healing Peter’s Mother-In-Law – Summary

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February Update

Posted by on February 20, 2012
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As I go through the process of preparing to publish a page or post on KKS, I always spend time reading and meditating on the relevant Bible verses. The next step is to seek out resources that might enhance the story/verse, and then sources of additional ideas for teachers, parents and students on the topic. This was the case recently while working on the post about Jesus healing the leper.

This miracle is an outstanding lesson on faith and healing, and I assumed there would be literally tons of great material available online. Sadly, this was not the case. Instead, I stumbled across several sites that disputed the veracity of the story, and even a few using this story to argue that God does not heal anymore!

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Healing a Leper – Miracle of Jesus

Free online resources based on Jesus healing a leper. This story can be found in Matthew, Mark and Luke in the Bible. See below for links to sermons, stories and entertaining sites for this miracle.

One day in one of the villages there was a man covered with leprosy. When he saw Jesus he fell down before him in prayer and said, “If you want to, you can cleanse me.”  — Luke 5:12-24 THE MESSAGE

Healing the Leper – Summary

Early in his ministry, Jesus was approached by a man suffering with leprosy. The man knelt before Jesus and said,

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You often see John 3:16 signs at sporting events or even written on athletes. I dare say there is not an English-speaking person on this planet that has not seen John 3:16 on a sign somewhere. There have been many articles, sermons and even books written on John 3:16, but do people really grasp its life-giving message?

For context, the 3rd Chapter of John starts with a discussion between Jesus and a religious leader named Nicodemus. He had come to Jesus because he knew there was something special about him and wanted to learn more. However, the other religious leaders simply wanted Jesus dead, so Nicodemus visited secretly at night.

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Genesis 2:18

Posted by on January 13, 2012
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After God created the Earth, animals and Adam, He declared everything GOOD. There was only one thing missing – a companion for Adam. This was NOT good.

In this very brief, and often overlooked verse, God makes it clear that He knows and desires that you have a perfect companion.

It is almost humorous how many trillions are wasted annually in vain attempts to find what the world calls love. And far too often, these relationships end in divorce or even worse. This is not God’s will. He wants to match you with the perfect spouse. He wants to teach you to love like He does. When your vertical relationship with God is solid, the horizontal relationships, especially in a marriage, will be solid as well.

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Luke provides the most detailed account of the conception and birth of Jesus in his Gospel. Starting with the conception of John the Baptist, his Gospel provides Christians with a deep understanding of the events surrounding the holiday we call Christmas.

These few verses are loaded with details so that you can trust the Gospel writer researched the facts and reported them correctly as the Holy Spirit directed. These were not idle tales, but a faithful recounting of the conception of Christ written so that you can believe. There are also several wonderful lessons to be learned, including how the Word of God and faith work together to accomplish the impossible.

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King’s Kid Stuff November Update

Posted by on November 4, 2011
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When my cat Boris is hungry, it does not matter if its day or night, I must feed him. Such was the case early this morning when he dragged me out of bed. As I stumbled my way into the kitchen, Boris continued to beg for his food. I began to ‘meow’ along with him to show how obnoxious it sounded. That did not help.  So as I was opening the can, I told him, “You know its coming.” Immediately in my spirit, I heard the Holy Spirit gently remind me that I sometimes do the same thing.

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Psalm 23

Posted by on October 31, 2011
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No other Psalm is so widely loved and remembered as Psalm 23. Christians, Jews and many unbelievers could probably recite Psalm 23 from memory with little effort. In just 6 short verses, the completeness of God’s love for mankind is encapsulated.

Written by David, the poem borrows heavily from the memories he had as a young shepherd tending his father’s sheep. David reveals the important role the shepherd plays in protecting and providing for his flock.

You can read Psalm 23 a thousand times in hundreds of Bible translations and the Holy Spirit would still reveal some new and wonderful revelation to your spirit about God’s goodness. I encourage you to read it often.

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Kings Kid Stuff June Update

Posted by on June 4, 2011
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Just a quick status update. All but one of the New Testament pages are transferred to the new site. All will be completed this weekend and the old pages will redirect to the new ones shortly.

Here is a general overview of what the plan is for this site.

1. Transfer the old pages to the new WordPress format. This will allow for much quicker updates, better navigation, more user interaction and faster growth. This has taken much longer than I expected. I wanted to complete this by the end of May, but my regular work prevailed. Remember, this is a labor of love not my full time job.  I do expect everything transferred by June 15th and I am on pace to complete everything on that schedule. DONE!

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