September 10, 2018

Luke 6:6-11

The Pharisees have moved from reacting to Jesus’ missteps to watching and waiting for him to break the law. Jesus has declared himself the Lord of the Sabbath and continues to care for his people. He heals the man with the withered hand, restoring him to wholeness within the community.

Why is it that some people are unable to look beyond the norm to see the greater good? I pray to be able to reserve judgement and to be open to others.

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