March 11, 2019

Matthew 25:31-46

This eschatological discourse is unique to Matthew. At the end of time “all the nations” will be gathered before the Son of Man, and he will separate them into two groups, those who have cared for people in need and those who have neglected others while caring only for themselves.

It is easy to get caught up in selfish pursuits and become blinded to the real work you call me to. Whatsoever I do to my brothers and sisters, I do to you. And when I neglect my brothers and sisters, I neglect you. Help me always to put other’s needs before my own.

 

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