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Mark 15: Jesus Faces Pilate

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Barabbas was a troublemaker who killed someone during a riot. He had started a rebellion against Rome because he wanted the Jews to be free from the Roman empire. By doing that , he committed the crime of rebellion. However, as it was customary to release a criminal during Passover, Barabbas was released at the sound of a screaming crowd. So, he was set free, while the Lord Jesus, Who was innocent, remained in prison and was tortured before being taken to the cross.

Their decision was foolish, but even today, the choice to release Barabbas is made by all those who want to continue living in sin. Whenever people consciously disobey God, they become accomplices to injustice (v.13).

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Exodus 18: Jethro’s Advice

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Jethro was a priest of Midian. Even though he was part of a pagan people, he believed in the One True God, just like the priest Melchizedek (Gen. 14.118).

His name was Reuel (Exod. 2.18), which means “friend of God.” Some scholars affirm that the name Jethro, which means “excellency,” was just a title.

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Luke 22: The Plot to Kill Jesus

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Judas Iscariot, even though he was a disciple of the Lord Jesus, he was never a true servant. That ism he never lived a genuine faith in the Son of God, despite having received the same authority as his companions.

His heart was susceptible to greed, to malice and to evil thoughts, and for that reason the devil was able to use him to fulfill he intent.

Likewise, Satan explores the weaknesses of every human being to tempt him. Thus, he acts in one’s longing to become rich quickly, in one’s desire to attain position and power at all costs, in order to destroy people. All those who are lovers of this arrogance run the risk of betraying the Lord and of getting lost, just as it happened with Judas

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Luke 21: The Widow’s Two Mites

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The value of the offering is not only monetary, but also spiritual. This means that God does not look at the quantity, but at the quality, and that involves a sincere intention to please Him.

However, what can people do to impress or offer the Most High that He does not already have?

More than high sums of money, such as the religious used to offer the Lord wants faith and obedience with all of one’s heart. That widow displayed that, for she was able to offer her all without retain anything for herself. This act proved that she trusted God tot the point of being totally dependent on Him.

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