Tag Archives: Pharisees

O’ Me of Little Faith

Matthew 12: 1-14 presents the Pharisaic persecution of Jesus and his disciples who are picking grain for food on the Sabbath, an act specifically forbidden on the Sabbath. However, Jesus counters the Pharisees’ prosecution with two separate biblical examples of … more »

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Smear Campaign

In Matthew 12:1-14, the Pharisees are attempting to discredit Jesus and his disciples by accusing them of violating the Sabbath. Be it picking grain or healing a man, the Pharisees criticize Jesus by finding ways in which He has violated … more »

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Missio on the Sabbath: Eternity Every Sunday

“It was not man who implanted in himself what is infinite and the love of what is immortal: those lofty instincts are not the offspring of his capricious will; their steadfast foundation is fixed in human nature, and they exist … more »

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