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Gospel Reflections Mathew 21:33-43 45-46

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In today's Gospel reading we encounter Jesus telling the parable of the man who plants a vineyard only to have its tenants kill his servants and his own son. On the surface the parable is a warning to the chief priests and the Pharisees. But if we peel the onion back a bit we find within the story our own complicity in the death of our savior. In today's video I reflect on some of the deeper meaning of the parable as well as a few "call to action" items the parable should elicit in us. posted to

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  1. Leslie Heavingham
    2 years ago


    I just happened to come across your video's and I just want you to know how much I am enjoying them. Thank you so much for making these and please don't stop. You have me now coming along for the ride. Thanks again, Michael and have a blessed day/night.


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