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Мф. 14:1-12

Слово Божие

В то время Ирод четвертовластник услышал молву об Иисусе, и сказал служащим при нём: это Иоанн Креститель; он воскрес из мёртвых, и потому чудеса делаются им. Ибо Ирод, взяв Иоанна, связал его и посадил в темницу за Иродиаду, жену Филиппа, жену брата своего; потому что Иоанн говорил ему: не должно тебе иметь её. И хотел убить его, но боялся народа; потому что его почитали за пророка. Во время же празднования дня рождения Ирода, дочь Иродиады плясала перед собранием, и угодила Ироду. Посему он с клятвою обещал ей дать, чего она ни попросит. Она же, по наущению матери своей, сказала: дай мне здесь на блюде голову Иоанна Крестителя. И опечалился царь; но, ради клятвы и возлежащих с ним, повелел дать ей. И послал отсечь Иоанну голову в темнице. И принесли голову его на блюде и дали девице; а она отнесла матери своей. Ученики же его, придя, взяли тело его и погребли его; и пошли, возвестили Иисусу.

Мф. 14:1-12
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    • Евангелие показывает нам Ирода любопытным, властным, но чувствительным к своей популярности. Я прошу Господа коснуться сердец подобных Ироду лидеров я молюсь за всех, кто стал их жертвами - за тех, чье достоинство унижено или чьи жизни находятся под угрозой.
    • Когда святой Игнатий лежал дома, поправляясь от ранения под Памплоной, он не мог даже представить, как Бог воплотит его сокровенные желания. Я прошу Господа помочь мне быть верным дарам Святого Духа, данным мне, укрепить мою веру и дать мне силы жить в любви и свободе.
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    • Иоанну Крестителю уделяется большое внимание в Евангелиях, также о нем много говорит Иисус. Евангелисты показывают Иоанна как близкого Иисусу по духу, так что даже Ирод считает, что Иисус - воскресший Иоанн Креститель. И Иоанн, и Иисус отдали свои жизни за истину. При этом евангелисты отмечают, что Иоанн сильно отличался от Иисуса по образу жизни и проповеди. Я молюсь о том, чтобы быть открытым различным проявлениям Духа в Церкви и в жизни.
    • Говорить правду властедержащим всегда непросто, это часто влечет за собой расплату. Для Иоанна плата за правду оказалась чрезмерной, но он был готов ее заплатить, несмотря на то, что цель, которой он добивался, была практически недостижимой. Я молюсь о мужестве и мудрости, в которых я нуждаюсь, чтобы сказать то, что я считаю истинным.
    • На кого я больше похож? На Иоанна Крестителя, бесстрашного борца за истину и справедливость, или на Ирода, который поступился истиной и справедливостью, опасаясь общественного мнения и преследуя свои личные интересы? Я думаю, что каждый из нас может вспомнить случаи, когда он поступился тем, что считал хорошим и правильным, и пошел по пути наименьшего сопротивления.
    • Иоанн Креститель для нас – пример целостности. Подобно ему, каждый из нас призван быть пророком Господа. Это не всегда бывает легко. Подумай об этом в своей молитве.
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    • The vanity of Herod brought him into terrible situations as he had John imprisoned and executed. I think of how well I am able to back down, to change my mind, to admit that I am wrong. I ask God for the help I need.
    • The disciples of John the Baptist did what they could do and then they went to tell Jesus. I ask God for the strength I need to do what I can - and then to turn to Jesus in my prayer.
    • The vanity of Herod brought him into terrible situations as he had John imprisoned and executed. I think of how well I am able to back down, to
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    • In Herod we see a ruler who abuses his power, treats religion as a spectacle or news item, makes grandiose promises which he regrets, then kills on a whim. We have known such in our day. In St Luke's gospel (13:32) Jesus calls him 'that fox'.
    • What word would you use for me, Lord? I am not as straight as I would wish to be, nor worthy to be in your company. But I wish for true integrity, like yours.
    • Heads have rolled throughout history when good people stood their ground. The fate of John the Baptist has been repeated in wars for justice, for religion and for faith. People have been imprisoned for their faith throughout the centuries. It still goes on, as men and women spend years in prison for their beliefs. God is on their side and power works through them. In prayer we recall and remind ourselves of modern Baptists and we do what we can to highlight their unjust treatment. We pray they be strengthened by the power of the risen Lord Jesus.
    • Death will be the fate of Jesus. In death and in life Jesus and the Baptist are intimately linked. Beheading, like crucifixion, was a shameful public death, and was an insult to John's followers, as crucifixion would be to Jesus' disciples. A shared meal which would be Jesus' gift to his followers, can also be the meal in which evil is done. The Baptist's life brought him often into high contrasts of good and evil, and he was praised always by Jesus - ‘no greater has been born of woman than John.' (Matthew 11:11)
    • The vanity of Herod brought him into terrible situations as he had John imprisoned and executed. I think of how well I am able to back down, to change my mind, to admit that I am wrong. I ask God for the help I need.
    • The disciples of John the Baptist did what they could do and then they went to tell Jesus. I ask God for the strength I need to do what I can - and then to turn to Jesus in my prayer.
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    • In Herod we see a ruler who abuses his power, treats religion as a spectacle or news item, makes grandiose promises which he regrets, then kills on a whim. We have known such in our day. In St Luke's gospel (13:32) Jesus calls him 'that fox'.
    • What word would you use for me, Lord? I am not as straight as I would wish to be, nor worthy to be in your company. But I wish for true integrity, like yours.
    • Heads have rolled throughout history when good people stood their ground. The fate of John the Baptist has been repeated in wars for justice, for religion and for faith. People have been imprisoned for their faith throughout the centuries. It still goes on, as men and women spend years in prison for their beliefs. God is on their side and power works through them. In prayer we recall and remind ourselves of modern Baptists and we do what we can to highlight their unjust treatment. We pray they be strengthened by the power of the risen Lord Jesus.
    • Death will be the fate of Jesus. In death and in life Jesus and the Baptist are intimately linked. Beheading, like crucifixion, was a shameful public death, and was an insult to John's followers, as crucifixion would be to Jesus' disciples. A shared meal which would be Jesus' gift to his followers, can also be the meal in which evil is done. The Baptist's life brought him often into high contrasts of good and evil, and he was praised always by Jesus - ‘no greater has been born of woman than John.' (Matthew 11:11)
    • The vanity of Herod brought him into terrible situations as he had John imprisoned and executed. I think of how well I am able to back down, to change my mind, to admit that I am wrong. I ask God for the help I need.
    • The disciples of John the Baptist did what they could do and then they went to tell Jesus. I ask God for the strength I need to do what I can - and then to turn to Jesus in my prayer.
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    • In Herod we see a ruler who abuses his power, treats religion as a spectacle or news item, makes grandiose promises which he regrets, then kills on a whim. We have known such in our day. In St Luke's gospel (13:32) Jesus calls him 'that fox'.
    • What word would you use for me, Lord? I am not as straight as I would wish to be, nor worthy to be in your company. But I wish for true integrity, like yours.
    • Heads have rolled throughout history when good people stood their ground. The fate of John the Baptist has been repeated in wars for justice, for religion and for faith. People have been imprisoned for their faith throughout the centuries. It still goes on, as men and women spend years in prison for their beliefs. God is on their side and power works through them. In prayer we recall and remind ourselves of modern Baptists and we do what we can to highlight their unjust treatment. We pray they be strengthened by the power of the risen Lord Jesus.
    • Death will be the fate of Jesus. In death and in life Jesus and the Baptist are intimately linked. Beheading, like crucifixion, was a shameful public death, and was an insult to John's followers, as crucifixion would be to Jesus' disciples. A shared meal which would be Jesus' gift to his followers, can also be the meal in which evil is done. The Baptist's life brought him often into high contrasts of good and evil, and he was praised always by Jesus - ‘no greater has been born of woman than John.' (Matthew 11:11)
    • The vanity of Herod brought him into terrible situations as he had John imprisoned and executed. I think of how well I am able to back down, to change my mind, to admit that I am wrong. I ask God for the help I need.
    • The disciples of John the Baptist did what they could do and then they went to tell Jesus. I ask God for the strength I need to do what I can - and then to turn to Jesus in my prayer.

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