Tag: Discipleship

Death Threats (Jn. 12:10-11)

The details leading up to Jesus’ triumphal entry include an interesting brief nugget about Lazarus. So the chief priests made plans to put Lazarus to death as well, because on account of him many of the Jews were going away and believing in Jesus….

The New Naaman (2 Kings 5:1-14)

Are we too great to follow simple instructions? Do we become dramatic or create a scene when the instructions are straightforward? “Go and wash in the Jordan seven times, and your flesh shall be restored, and you shall be clean.” (v. 10) Naaman was…

Fig Tree Results (Mk. 11:20-25)

Just enough time passes between seedtime and harvest for our humanity to forget our responsibility. We “planted” ideas, actions (time, talent), money (treasure) and when the corresponding harvest arrives, sometimes we feign surprise…especially if we want a different harvest. CONTEXT. The context of Mark…

Acceptable Judgment

This thought hit me while reading for a school project. I must get my focus back, so let me clear this mind space and offer this thought.  Judgment is permissible in general and in faith communities.  judgment (n.): the process of forming an opinion…

Rooted (parable of the sower)

The parable of the sower tells us about four types of people and the conditions of a heart when people hear the Word of God.  on the path or by the wayside stony ground thorny ground good ground The parable of the sower also…

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