Mount Ranier in the background
Snow capped peaks in the Olympic Mountains
Sea Shore on West Coast of Vancouver Island
Olympic Mountains at Sunset
Deer by small lake in Olympic Mountains
Small alpine lake in the Olympic Mountains
Near the small town of Ucluelet, British Columbia, Canada
Olympic Mountains with fresh snow
Olympic Mountains in the early summer
Shoreline near Ucluelet, British Columbia, Canada
Snow capped peaks in the Olympic Mountains


Jesus Christ

The Historical Jesus

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Tim Richards' lecture on the historicity of Jesus. Is the life, death and resurrection of Jesus of credible, especially the resurrection of Jesus? Lecture presented in Sequim, WA on October 25, 2015

Cross, Crook, and Crown

Cross: Psalms 22

Cross and Crown of ThornsMy God, My God, why have You forsaken Me?
Why are You so far from helping Me,
And from the words of My groaning?
2 O My God, I cry in the daytime, but You do not hear;
And in the night season, and am not silent. Psalms 22:1-2

Jesus: A Three-Fold Shepherd

Shepherd with his flock

Good Shepherd (past)

As the Good Shepherd, Jesus gave His life for the sheep.  We look back to the cross where we see Jesus, as a shepherd, dying upon the cross for us. His death and resurrection were necessary for our redemption. It is through His precious blood that our sins may be forgiven.

“I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd gives His life for the sheep. John 10:11

It all comes down to Christ alone: who He is and what He did. As to who He is, Jesus Christ is the divine Son of God. As to what He did, Jesus Christ accomplished our eternal redemption by being crucified for our sins and raised again for our justification (Romans 4:25). His person (Jesus Christ) and His work (crucified and resurrected) accomplish our eternal salvation. Like the Apostle Paul, may our focus be on Jesus Christ and Him crucified.