Desperate because of the death of their Lord, Jesus’ disciples experience a complete reversal of the situation, when Christ appears to them on the way to Emmaus and explains to them with the Ancient Testament that his death and resurrection were necessary
In Corinth, a prosperous and immoral city, Paul preaches the cross. A madness for the Greeks. But a power, the true wisdom of God.
Transformed by adversity. Nor do the trials of life spare the Christians. They are part of God's pedagogy and oblige one to depend on his grace.
Comenius, a Christian from South Moravia committed to his faith and homeland during the Thirty Years' War; an emigrant and traveler throughout Europe following the persecution of the Protestant faith; an innovative but little-known pedagogue, a forerunner of modern teaching principles and methods.
Paul and the protest at Corinth. Paul's confidence and ability come from God. Even gloriously, the law kills. Only the new covenant in hearts can save in removing the veil from the heart.
The Christ in the House of Martha and Mary, an episode of Luke 10, painted by Diego Velasquez, 17th century Spanish painter
Do not be afraid, only believe": Jesus spoke these words in dramatic circumstances. And, at the back of the stage, another drama is taking place
After a sometimes turbulent past and a threatening present, here is the moment of truth for Jacob.
The Lord Jesus came from the Father to establish the Kingdom of God in the hearts of those who trust Him. Thus, the centurion of Capernaum.
To be filled with the Holy Spirit: a unique event on the day of Pentecost in Jerusalem. The miracle of languages but above all the miracle of the message understood by people from all over the world.