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Лк. 13:10-17

Слово Божие

В одной из синагог учил Иисус в субботу. Там была женщина, восемнадцать лет имевшая духа немощи: она была скорчена и не могла выпрямиться. Иисус, увидев её, подозвал и сказал ей: женщина! ты освобождаешься от недуга твоего. И возложил на неё руки; и она тотчас выпрямилась и стала славить Бога. При этом начальник синагоги, негодуя, что Иисус исцелил в субботу, сказал народу: есть шесть дней, в которые должно делать; в те и приходите исцеляться, а не в день субботний. Господь сказал ему в ответ: лицемер! не отвязывает ли каждый из вас вола своего или осла от яслей в субботу, и не ведёт ли поить? Сию же дочь Авраамову, которую связал сатана вот уже восемнадцать лет, не надлежало ли освободить от уз сих в день субботний? И, когда говорил Он это, все противившиеся Ему стыдились; и весь народ радовался о всех славных делах Его.

Лк. 13:10-17
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    • Иисус исцеляет в субботу, что провоцирует конфликт. У Иисуса был выбор между тем, чтобы исполнить «букву» Закона или помочь человеку. Женщина не могла выпрямиться 18 лет, и когда Иисус исцелил ее, она воздала хвалу Господу. Что мешает мне выпрямиться? Господи, даруй мне исцеление, чтобы я мог восхвалять Тебя, как эта женщина.
    • Все люди в синагоге обрадовались тому, что Иисус совершил исцеление, кроме начальника синагоги, который был возмущен нарушением закона субботы. Узкое видение не дало ему увидеть более широкие горизонты. Я молюсь о том, чтобы Господь помог мне увидеть более широкую картину и быть более сострадательным к людям, исходя не только из «буквы», но и духа закона.
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    • Imagine the synagogue and the congregation listening to Jesus teaching on a sabbath day.
    • Can I imagine myself witnessing or taking part in the scene? As I watch it unfold - or experience it - how do I react? With relief? Joy? Scepticism?
    • Does the image of the woman bent and crippled speak to me and my experience, whether literally or metaphorically? What do I want to say to Jesus?
    • Release from bondage is the key theme in this story. Jesus is the liberator, enabling us to stand straight, freeing us from what bows our heads so that we see only the earth in front of us.
    • The synagogue leader is afraid to take on Jesus; instead he rebukes the crowd for seeking a cure on the Sabbath. There is cowardice here, as well as hypocrisy. We can feel the joy of the crowd who sense that God is on the side of freedom and health. Lord, give me the spirit of freedom, and give me the energy and health to serve you.
    • Here Jesus highlights something of the freedom of the kingdom of God. A woman bound by arthritis or some other disease of the bones, is not to be further bound by Sabbath laws. The kingdom of God honours the individual and enhances our dignity. Jesus has no choice when faced with the bondage of the law over human compassion: he must set us free. That is the call of the church and of Christians: to be people receiving the healing and the justice of Jesus and being willing to spread the kingdom of God within the world.
    • Religion in Jesus' time forbade even helping someone on the Sabbath. Jesus holds out against that. We can be kept in religious bondage, and he was comparing the woman's physical bondage to the way the others were stuck in legalisms which had no heart. Prayer goes deeper than ritual, deeper than laws to sharing the saving love of Jesus in our lives.  
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    • Imagine the synagogue and the congregation listening to Jesus teaching on a sabbath day.
    • Can I imagine myself witnessing or taking part in the scene? As I watch it unfold - or experience it - how do I react? With relief? Joy? Scepticism?
    • Does the image of the woman bent and crippled speak to me and my experience, whether literally or metaphorically? What do I want to say to Jesus?
    • Release from bondage is the key theme in this story. Jesus is the liberator, enabling us to stand straight, freeing us from what bows our heads so that we see only the earth in front of us.
    • The synagogue leader is afraid to take on Jesus; instead he rebukes the crowd for seeking a cure on the Sabbath. There is cowardice here, as well as hypocrisy. We can feel the joy of the crowd who sense that God is on the side of freedom and health. Lord, give me the spirit of freedom, and give me the energy and health to serve you.
    • Here Jesus highlights something of the freedom of the kingdom of God. A woman bound by arthritis or some other disease of the bones, is not to be further bound by Sabbath laws. The kingdom of God honours the individual and enhances our dignity. Jesus has no choice when faced with the bondage of the law over human compassion: he must set us free. That is the call of the church and of Christians: to be people receiving the healing and the justice of Jesus and being willing to spread the kingdom of God within the world.
    • Religion in Jesus' time forbade even helping someone on the Sabbath. Jesus holds out against that. We can be kept in religious bondage, and he was comparing the woman's physical bondage to the way the others were stuck in legalisms which had no heart. Prayer goes deeper than ritual, deeper than laws to sharing the saving love of Jesus in our lives.  
  • Размышления над сегодняшним Словом Божьим

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    • Imagine the synagogue and the congregation listening to Jesus teaching on a sabbath day.
    • Can I imagine myself witnessing or taking part in the scene? As I watch it unfold - or experience it - how do I react? With relief? Joy? Scepticism?
    • Does the image of the woman bent and crippled speak to me and my experience, whether literally or metaphorically? What do I want to say to Jesus?
    • Release from bondage is the key theme in this story. Jesus is the liberator, enabling us to stand straight, freeing us from what bows our heads so that we see only the earth in front of us.
    • The synagogue leader is afraid to take on Jesus; instead he rebukes the crowd for seeking a cure on the Sabbath. There is cowardice here, as well as hypocrisy. We can feel the joy of the crowd who sense that God is on the side of freedom and health. Lord, give me the spirit of freedom, and give me the energy and health to serve you.
    • Here Jesus highlights something of the freedom of the kingdom of God. A woman bound by arthritis or some other disease of the bones, is not to be further bound by Sabbath laws. The kingdom of God honours the individual and enhances our dignity. Jesus has no choice when faced with the bondage of the law over human compassion: he must set us free. That is the call of the church and of Christians: to be people receiving the healing and the justice of Jesus and being willing to spread the kingdom of God within the world.
    • Religion in Jesus' time forbade even helping someone on the Sabbath. Jesus holds out against that. We can be kept in religious bondage, and he was comparing the woman's physical bondage to the way the others were stuck in legalisms which had no heart. Prayer goes deeper than ritual, deeper than laws to sharing the saving love of Jesus in our lives.  
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    • Imagine the synagogue and the congregation listening to Jesus teaching on a sabbath day.
    • Can I imagine myself witnessing or taking part in the scene? As I watch it unfold - or experience it - how do I react? With relief? Joy? Scepticism?
    • Does the image of the woman bent and crippled speak to me and my experience, whether literally or metaphorically? What do I want to say to Jesus?
    • Release from bondage is the key theme in this story. Jesus is the liberator, enabling us to stand straight, freeing us from what bows our heads so that we see only the earth in front of us.
    • The synagogue leader is afraid to take on Jesus; instead he rebukes the crowd for seeking a cure on the Sabbath. There is cowardice here, as well as hypocrisy. We can feel the joy of the crowd who sense that God is on the side of freedom and health. Lord, give me the spirit of freedom, and give me the energy and health to serve you.
    • Here Jesus highlights something of the freedom of the kingdom of God. A woman bound by arthritis or some other disease of the bones, is not to be further bound by Sabbath laws. The kingdom of God honours the individual and enhances our dignity. Jesus has no choice when faced with the bondage of the law over human compassion: he must set us free. That is the call of the church and of Christians: to be people receiving the healing and the justice of Jesus and being willing to spread the kingdom of God within the world.
    • Religion in Jesus' time forbade even helping someone on the Sabbath. Jesus holds out against that. We can be kept in religious bondage, and he was comparing the woman's physical bondage to the way the others were stuck in legalisms which had no heart. Prayer goes deeper than ritual, deeper than laws to sharing the saving love of Jesus in our lives.  

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