Gilbert House Fellowship #91: Matthew 19-21, Mark 10

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Camel in front of the “needle gate” at Nazareth

MARRIAGE AND divorce can be sensitive topics, so it’s no wonder the scribes and Pharisees tried to use them to trip up Jesus. As with every encounter between them, however, Jesus turned the tables and discredited his antagonists.

We discuss the request by James and John to sit at Jesus’ right hand in his kingdom, the cursing of the fig tree, Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem, and several well-known parables, including the rich young ruler, the laborers in the vineyard, and the parable of the tenants.

Click here to read the essay “This is Not a Day Care, It’s a University!” by Oklahoma Wesleyan University president Dr. Everett Piper.

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One Response to Gilbert House Fellowship #91: Matthew 19-21, Mark 10

  1. Jonathan Overstreet

    perhaps relevant to the issue of making them male and female and Sharon’s remarks that females were created not just derived.

    https://crev.info/2017/05/men-women-differ-genetically/

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