Contributed on Feb 24, 2010
Jesus speaks against those whose greed causes them to exploit the land and the people to their advantage and for their profit. We are called to be stewards and manage the "vineyards" that we have been given. They are not ours, they are God's.
Contributed on Mar 11, 2010
For Jesus, the kingdom of God is not primarily about the dead, but about the living, not primarily about life after death, but about life in this world.
Contributed on Mar 15, 2010
Judas’ betrayal is contrasted with the loyalty of an unnamed woman. The woman was extravagant in her loyalty and foolish in her love. She wasted her resources in her love for Jesus. Judas on the other hand betrays Jesus for money. By our selfishness we be
Contributed on Mar 23, 2010
Two revolutionaries stand before the people--Jesus and Barabbas. Barabbas represents a revolution by violence and power, and Jesus a revolution of love. The crowd chooses Barabbas
Contributed on Apr 1, 2010
Jesus' entry into Jerusalem while seated on a donkey demonstrates that he is not the Messiah that the people expect. Jesus is a Messiah who comes in love and rules by love.