Calling out Pharisee a mute taboo

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Universal Utterings
for March 18, 2018

Calling out Pharisee a mute taboo


40 Jesus said to him in reply, “Simon, I have something to say to you.” “Tell me, teacher,” he said. 41 “Two people were in debt to a certain creditor; one owed five hundred days’ wages*and the other owed fifty. 42 Since they were unable to repay the debt, he forgave it for both. Which of them will love him more?” 43 Simon said in reply, “The one, I suppose, whose larger debt was forgiven.” He said to him, “You have judged rightly.”

On the surface we tend to judge instantaneously not seen pass the outer layer of covering wanting to instill an opinion to accomplish dreamers gain. Jesus reminds us that to judge does not justify the end result nullifying faith’s existence as trivial leaving hope packed into a schedule of more not empathetic the least as the necessity God asks of our surrender where forgiveness is not measured in shiny objects littering your home but lived in harmony where peace is your tone freeing the bonds of slavery sown. Amen.

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I am a poet obedient to Christ,
Evangelist Thomas Cruz†Wiggins
†Spirit led God inspired Christ fed†
Ephesians 6:17-20

**Luke Gospel Chapter 7 40 thru 43**

** Calling out Pharisee a mute taboo**

Jesus tells Simon parable scale
Calling out Pharisee a mute taboo
Fifty versus hundred creditor owed tale
Both forgiving debt repayment unable too
More love given who creditor debt removed
Replying Simon debt larger forgiven supposed brood
Rightly judged too have you Jesus boo who’d

© Thomas Joe Cruz†Wiggins
March 18, 2018 @ 8:09 AM EST

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