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Daily Thought

Daily Thought for: 1st November

JOSEPH OF ARIMATHAEA

Matthew 27. 57-60; Mark 15. 42-46;
Luke 23. 50-55; John 19. 38-42 

Joseph of Arimathaea is mentioned in all four Gospels. Yet he only appears once to beg for the body of the Lord Jesus and then to provide His tomb. He is never mentioned before or afterwards. The hour produced the man, or rather, God had His man in reserve for this unique service. 

Joseph was rich. Although a member of the Sandhedrin, he had not consented to the conviction of Jesus at their fateful meeting. Morally he was good ...

 

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Daily Thought

Daily Thought for: 1st November

JOSEPH OF ARIMATHAEA

Matthew 27. 57-60; Mark 15. 42-46;
Luke 23. 50-55; John 19. 38-42 

Joseph of Arimathaea is mentioned in all four Gospels. Yet he only appears once to beg for the body of the Lord Jesus and then to provide His tomb. He is never mentioned before or afterwards. The hour produced the man, or rather, God had His man in reserve for this unique service. 

Joseph was rich. Although a member of the Sandhedrin, he had not consented to the conviction of Jesus at their fateful meeting. Morally he was good ...

 

Read the complete text...

Daily Thought

Daily Thought for: 1st November

JOSEPH OF ARIMATHAEA

Matthew 27. 57-60; Mark 15. 42-46;
Luke 23. 50-55; John 19. 38-42 

Joseph of Arimathaea is mentioned in all four Gospels. Yet he only appears once to beg for the body of the Lord Jesus and then to provide His tomb. He is never mentioned before or afterwards. The hour produced the man, or rather, God had His man in reserve for this unique service. 

Joseph was rich. Although a member of the Sandhedrin, he had not consented to the conviction of Jesus at their fateful meeting. Morally he was good ...

 

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