1 Chronicles 7-9, Luke 6:1-26
The genealogy had me thinking. When Samuel anointed Saul to be king, did he sons still continue to be priests? If not then who did? I know that the Israelites didn’t want Samuel’s sons to rule or be a judge, but what was their role after Saul became king?
Samuels sons did serve as priests, although they were very bad priests and really just “served” themselves.
I wonder if part of Jesus’ prayer that night was spent in agony as the Father explains that Judas will be his betrayer, and yet, he needs to be chosen as a disciple. That night, Jesus chose men he knew would fail, sin, walk away, and betray him. Yet he chose them anyways. Thankful that God chooses us while we are still sinners.
I love that Jesus shows he cares more about doing good than the rules and precedents as he shows by healing on the sabbath
“Blessed are you who weep now, for you shall laugh.”-ellie
When people talked about Jesus behind his back, He talked to God.
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