LukeFriday, Jul 23, 2021
Yeshua’s Missionary Discourse is full of warnings and admonitions for His disciples as they go about proclaiming the gospel. One of these admonitions is that one must hate their family. However, the word “hate” in this context has nothing to do with hatred as we normally understand it.Read This More from Luke
She pushed her way into the midst of the jostling crowd, following Him until she was right behind Him. Stooping low, as if to pick something up, she unobtrusively took hold of one of the tassels that hung from the four corners of His garment, and immediately she felt her body healed.
Every action and word of Yeshua resonates with the Torah, the prophets, and the writings of the Old Testament. The miracle of the calming of the sea is no exception; the Gospel writers echo the language of the book of Jonah and the psalms when recounting Yeshua’s mastery over the weather.
Like the mustard seed, the followers of Yeshua seemed insignificant. Like the tiny mustard seed, however, the movement was destined to grow until it became the dominant plant in the garden. In Israel, wild mustard spreads rapidly, and in only a few generations, it’s tall yellow flowers quickly overtake an entire field.
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