March 3, 2019

Luke 6:39-45

Jesus teaches his disciples using sayings and short parables: the blind leading the blind, the splinter and the beam, and the tree that bears fruit, good and rotten. Though some of what he says is intended for the Pharisees, he is reminding the disciples that he is their teacher. They must listen to him and to no one else.

I pray that you remove the wooden beam from my eye. I want to see others as you see them, without judgment and with love.

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