Summary: A women weeps at Jesus’ feet and is forgiven. Both she and Simon the Pharisee are challenged to see themselves from a different perspective.
Awed by God’s presence in our lives we are inspired by God’s love to share it with others—to invite others to experience their salvation is Jesus Christ.
Certainly salvation is living in God’s presence after our physical death. But salvation is more than that. Salvation is living in the reality of God’s love, grace and forgiveness and allowing ourselves to be shaped by those forces.