Sunday, March 22, 2009

Mark 14:1-26

The tension in this chapter is thick. The extreme consternation at this woman who gives her heirloom vase of perfume to Jesus shows us something deeper is truly the issue.

One might look at Judas' betrayal as a result of fiscal differences with Jesus. . . if the results were in proportion to the difference.

I love the random guy with the jar standing in the city waiting for disciples to come along. What a role in this eternal drama! The passover night is a sober and tender one.

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