April 21, 2013
An expert in the Law decides to test Jesus about how he might inherit eternal life. Jesus responds to his question with questions of His own, asking the lawyer what the Law says about the matter. The lawyer summarizes the Law well by melding Deuteronomy 6:5 and Leviticus 19:18…
April 14, 2013
John, The Apostle of Love, evidently took excellent notes during Jesus’ Last Supper sermon. His letters often reflect the varied aspects of God’s love, especially as fleshed out through Jesus’ death and resurrection.
April 7, 2013
John, Son of Thunder, Apostle of Love, devotes five chapters to the setting of the Last Supper, the First Communion. (See John chapters 13 thru 17.) After washing the disciples’ feet, Jesus shares His heart.
March 31, 2013
Simon, whom Jesus renamed Peter, was Jesus’ close friend and His right-hand man in ministry. But Peter failed His master when Jesus needed him most by denying 3 times that he even knew Jesus.
March 24, 2013
Jesus rides into Jerusalem on a donkey, saddled with His disciples’ cloaks. He’s accompanied by the Twelve, other devout followers, and curious pilgrims arriving simultaneously for Passover
March 17, 2013
With His sights still set on Jerusalem, while having just finished a much criticized meal with Zacchaeus, Jesus tells what is now commonly called, The Parable of the Minas.
March 10, 2013
Jesus’ flint-like trek towards Jerusalem, bound for the Cross, continues through the prosperous city of Jericho.
March 3, 2013
Jesus, bound for Jerusalem by way of Jericho, encounters a blind man begging along side of the road. Mark’s gospel tells us his name is Bartimaeus. The f15 mile jaunt from Jericho to Jerusalem is well traveled by pilgrims sojourning to Jewish festivals.
February 24, 2013
Jesus said: “For I tell you that unless your righteousness surpasses that of the Pharisees and the teachers of the law, you will certainly not enter the kingdom of heaven.” (due to technical difficulties, the audio recording quality is compromised)
February 17, 2013
In another parable of contrasts, told by Jesus on the Calvary road to Jerusalem, we see two men famously juxtaposed. A Pharisee and a Tax Collector; one from the most religious sect of Jewish life and the other from among the most despised.