Part 4 – Sacrifices and Blood—for who’s pleasure?

When many of us read scripture, we see the many sacrifices made by God’s people and we assume that this was because required this of them. But the Bible does not say this. In fact, it says quite the opposite. For example, in Psalms 51:17:

My sacrifice, O God, is a broken spirit;
a broken and contrite heart you, God, will not despise. [NIV]

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What does the cross mean for us?

Part 1 – How could a violent act, perpetrated against a single man over 2,000 years ago, have any relevance to us today?

Believers and non-believers alike have asked this question for almost as long as that. Why? Because the answer can tell us an infinite amount about who God is and what he’s like.

The mystery of the cross I cannot comprehend“, laments Christian songwriter, Pat Sczebel. Haven’t we all pondered this thought at some time? But there is no great mystery here at all. Nothing is hidden from us–it is the most important piece of news in the history of the world, and it’s all in the Bible.

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Running Kubernetes Locally – why and how

In the beginning there were containers. Mostly Docker containers, but there were others too. Containers were great, but left to themselves, they were no more than individual musicians, without a conductor to hold them together or even a real orchestra to perform in. It was easy enough to get one container to do one thing well, but it was difficult to get them to play together.
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