Mark 7:1-23 – Jesus’ Attack on the Tradition of the Elders

Mark 7:1-23 – Jesus’ Attack on the Tradition of the Elders

by David Gray, August 30, 2015

Indeed, throughout the Gospels we clearly see Jesus affirming the proper application of the Oral Torah; that is, where it does not contradict or attempt to supplant the Written Torah. This is especially clear in many of Jesus' dialogues with the Pharisees in response to His works done on the Sabbath.

John 6:51-58 – God’s Obsession with Food & Wine

John 6:51-58 – God’s Obsession with Food & Wine

by David Gray, August 16, 2015

Therefore, being that Exodus 12:24 is a Permanent Law – a Perpetual Command, if Jesus doesn’t fulfill it – if it is not part of His body of work according this His statement in Matthew 5:17, that He came not to abolish the law, but to fulfill it, then He not the Messiah or Lord; rather, He is a liar, a lunatic, and a sadist.

Mark 4:35-41 – The Calming the Storm Miracle

Mark 4:35-41 – The Calming the Storm Miracle

by David Gray, June 21, 2015

Again, at least four of these men were skilled in negotiating a squall, which as a common occurrence on Galilee, so when they awoke Jesus to ask Him, “Teacher, do you not care that we are perishing?” - What they are simply asking Jesus to do is to wake up and do His part to navigate the boat

Luke 1:26-38 –  Gabriel’s Visit to Mary

Luke 1:26-38 – Gabriel’s Visit to Mary

by David Gray, December 21, 2014

Indeed, the most powerful lesson that Ss. Mary and Joseph have to teach us that we must always act upon the word of God, even if we don't immediately understand it.

John 1:6-8; 19-28 – John’s Testimony to the Light

John 1:6-8; 19-28 – John’s Testimony to the Light

by David Gray, December 13, 2014

While some might have a particular call on their life to live The Waymaker’s Ministry exclusively, all of the Baptized have a general call on their life to prepare themselves and others to receive the fullness and glory of Light of the World.

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