Mar. 20- Ch. 20

About the blind men Jesus healed.  I don’t think I’ve read anywhere else in Matthew when Jesus healed someone Matthew tells us they “followed him.”  I am almost sure that it happened, but this is the only place Matthew specifically records it.  At least I don’t remember any other time.

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3 Responses to Mar. 20- Ch. 20

  1. Sharon Owen says:

    Today’s story about the vineyard workers makes me smile because it says that many who come, late in life or on their deathbed, will be accepted into the kingdom. I often think about and regret that I have not lived my whole life in the light of Christ’s service, but I know that I’m expected to do the best I can with what I have (“just a cup of water”).

  2. Larry Martin says:

    I love the parable of the workers in the vineyard. I do not understand it very well. My interpretation is the workers are man. The landowner is God. The vineyard is the world. God calls us to go into the world and work for him. The payment is eternal life with God. Our payment is not based on what we did for God, how long we worked, or how well we worked. It is dependent on what God gives us and what he gives us is good. The important thing is we answer the call.

  3. Randy says:

    Larry, I think you understand it perfectly.

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