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Мц 11:16-19

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Езус сказаў народу: З кім параўнаю пакаленне гэтае? Яно падобна да дзяцей, якія сядзяць на рынку і, звяртаючыся да сваіх аднагодкаў, кажуць: Мы гралі вам, а вы не танцавалі, мы галасілі, а вы не плакалі. Бо прыйшоў Ян, які не еў і не піў; і яны кажуць: У ім злы дух. Прыйшоў Сын Чалавечы, які есць і п’е, і кажуць: Вось чалавек, які любіць есці і піць віно, прыяцель мытнікаў і грэшнікаў. І была апраўдана мудрасць справамі сваімі.

Мц 11:16-19
  • Разважанні да сённяшняга Слова Божага

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    • Дзеці з сённяшняга фрагменту Евангелля раздражнёныя тым, што хтосьці не адпавядае іх вобразу мыслення, не ўпісваецца ў створаныя імі ж катэгорыі. Ці задумваўся ты калі-небудзь над тым, колькі трагедый у свеце вынікае па прычыне такога абмежаванага светапогляду? Ці прызнаю я сваю ўпартасць адносна некаторых аспектаў маёй веры? Што мне варта было б змяніць у сваім мысленні?
    • Ян пасціў на пустыні, Езус еў і піў з грэшнікамі. Як сказаў Эклезіяст: “Усё мае свой адпаведны час''. Божа, дай мудрасць распазнаваць час, які найбольш адпавядае таму, каб прысвяціць яго той ці іншай справе.
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    • Jesus is saddened by people's contrariness, but draws us back to the test of how we live. It does not matter whether people approve or disapprove. There will always be some who criticise. What matters is a good life.
    • When we don't like what's going on, don't we sometimes misjudge people? Or we put on them what we don't like about ourselves. Jesus looks more at what people do for each other than what others may say about them. This is not an easy piece of the Gospel to pray. But if we focus on John and Jesus, we can go beyond what people say of them to what they say of themselves and what their deeds were like: the blind could see, the lame could walk and freedom was the gift to the human heart.
    • Jesus compares his generation to children playing "make believe" games. Some refuse to play the wedding game ("we piped for you") while others refuse to play the funeral game ("you did not mourn"). The funeral game symbolizes John the Baptist's ascetic lifestyle and preaching, but many simply regard him as a "crazy man." The wedding game symbolizes Jesus who likes to attend parties given by tax collectors and sinners. Instead of rejoicing that sinners are able to share in God's banquet, his opponents make personal attacks on Jesus' character.
    • Do I play games with God so that I can maintain my lifestyle no matter what that does to others, especially the poor and the excluded?
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    • Jesus is saddened by people's contrariness, but draws us back to the test of how we live. It does not matter whether people approve or disapprove. There will always be some who criticise. What matters is a good life.
    • When we don't like what's going on, don't we sometimes misjudge people? Or we put on them what we don't like about ourselves. Jesus looks more at what people do for each other than what others may say about them. This is not an easy piece of the Gospel to pray. But if we focus on John and Jesus, we can go beyond what people say of them to what they say of themselves and what their deeds were like: the blind could see, the lame could walk and freedom was the gift to the human heart.
    • Jesus compares his generation to children playing "make believe" games. Some refuse to play the wedding game ("we piped for you") while others refuse to play the funeral game ("you did not mourn"). The funeral game symbolizes John the Baptist's ascetic lifestyle and preaching, but many simply regard him as a "crazy man." The wedding game symbolizes Jesus who likes to attend parties given by tax collectors and sinners. Instead of rejoicing that sinners are able to share in God's banquet, his opponents make personal attacks on Jesus' character.
    • Do I play games with God so that I can maintain my lifestyle no matter what that does to others, especially the poor and the excluded?
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    • Jesus is saddened by people's contrariness, but draws us back to the test of how we live. It does not matter whether people approve or disapprove. There will always be some who criticise. What matters is a good life.
    • When we don't like what's going on, don't we sometimes misjudge people? Or we put on them what we don't like about ourselves. Jesus looks more at what people do for each other than what others may say about them. This is not an easy piece of the Gospel to pray. But if we focus on John and Jesus, we can go beyond what people say of them to what they say of themselves and what their deeds were like: the blind could see, the lame could walk and freedom was the gift to the human heart.
    • Jesus compares his generation to children playing "make believe" games. Some refuse to play the wedding game ("we piped for you") while others refuse to play the funeral game ("you did not mourn"). The funeral game symbolizes John the Baptist's ascetic lifestyle and preaching, but many simply regard him as a "crazy man." The wedding game symbolizes Jesus who likes to attend parties given by tax collectors and sinners. Instead of rejoicing that sinners are able to share in God's banquet, his opponents make personal attacks on Jesus' character.
    • Do I play games with God so that I can maintain my lifestyle no matter what that does to others, especially the poor and the excluded?
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    • Jesus is saddened by people's contrariness, but draws us back to the test of how we live. It does not matter whether people approve or disapprove. There will always be some who criticise. What matters is a good life.
    • When we don't like what's going on, don't we sometimes misjudge people? Or we put on them what we don't like about ourselves. Jesus looks more at what people do for each other than what others may say about them. This is not an easy piece of the Gospel to pray. But if we focus on John and Jesus, we can go beyond what people say of them to what they say of themselves and what their deeds were like: the blind could see, the lame could walk and freedom was the gift to the human heart.
    • Jesus compares his generation to children playing "make believe" games. Some refuse to play the wedding game ("we piped for you") while others refuse to play the funeral game ("you did not mourn"). The funeral game symbolizes John the Baptist's ascetic lifestyle and preaching, but many simply regard him as a "crazy man." The wedding game symbolizes Jesus who likes to attend parties given by tax collectors and sinners. Instead of rejoicing that sinners are able to share in God's banquet, his opponents make personal attacks on Jesus' character.
    • Do I play games with God so that I can maintain my lifestyle no matter what that does to others, especially the poor and the excluded?

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