Tag: Pharisees

it’s not about clean hands

Matthew 15:1-20 This is my continuing journey through the gospels, standing among the disciples of Jesus, watching, listening and discovering Him anew. There we were, surrounded again by hoards of people. Well, Jesus was surrounded. The people weren’t there to see us or touch… Continue Reading “it’s not about clean hands”

Just A Glimpse

Matthew 12:1-13 is an interesting passage. Actually, it became interesting to me today, because today is really the first time I read it in search of God’s heart. I’ve read it many times before, and kind of understood the lesson in it, but today… Continue Reading “Just A Glimpse”

they’re everywhere!

Chapter 9 is not the first sighting, but it is where Jesus taught me two lessons about Pharisees. Before I start on that, below is a partial definition of a “pharisee” from Strong’s Concordance: They sought for distinction and praise by outward observance of external rites and by… Continue Reading “they’re everywhere!”

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