Aug. 28, 2019

Matthew 23:27-32

Jesus tells the scribes and Pharisees they are like whitewashed tombs, again emphasizing the disparity between their interior and exterior. The final woe is the most serious. Jesus accuses them of being descendants, in every sense of the word, of those who murdered the prophets.

You know me better than I know myself. Help me to be whole and holy inside and out. St. Augustine, pray for us.

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