According to Martha Stewart, adding coriander to meatballs will give them a delicious North African taste. But that's if you're into that sort of thing. She also says guest rooms should be decorated with fresh, neutral colors. But again, advice you can take or leave.
That would be Jesus, the One who "knows how we are formed" and "remembers that we are dust" (Psalm 103:14). The One who keeps "track of all my sorrows" and has "collected all my tears in [His] bottle," recording "each one in [His] book" (Psalm 56:8).
But at Easter we're reminded of His greatest specialty: raising things from the dead. He rose Himself from the dead and has been raising all sorts of things ever since - breathing life back into places we thought could never be revived again. Because no other god is alive like Jesus, no other god has power like Jesus.
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et so authoritative that fierce storms would be quieted by His word (Mark 4:39).
yet so commanding that a single look from Him parted an angry crowd intent on doing Him in (Luke 4:29-30).
- Jesus is so embracive (not abrasive) that sinners called him friend (Matthew 11:19), yet so righteous that His blood could wash away the sin of the entire world (1 John 2:2).
It's true; Jesus has an extra amount of specialties. But since it's Easter, let's call them eggstra-specialties.