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Feb 25, 2015

Yesterday in Leviticus, we heard more regulations for the priests (mainly), and then heard the story of the ordination ceremony that Moses performed for Aaron and his sons.


Psalm 14 is a messianic psalm. It shows us what God sees when He looks at this world.


Translation notes:

7 Who will come from Mount Zion to rescue Israel?

When the LORD restores his people,

Jacob['s people/0] will shout with joy, and all Israel will



In yesterday's conclusion of Luke 9, Jesus came down from the mountain to find a crowd, and he healed a demon possessed boy. Jesus predicted his death, and talked about the cost of being his disciples.


Translation notes:

5 “Whenever you enter someone’s home, first say, ‘May God’s peace be on this house.’ 6 If those who live there are [people who desire God's peace//peaceful], the blessing will stand; if they are not, the blessing will return to you.


23 Then when they were alone, he turned to the disciples

and said, “Blessed are [your eyes because of what you have been allowed to see.// “Blessed are the eyes that see what you have seen.]


24 I tell you, many prophets and kings longed to see what you [have been seeing//see], but they didn’t [get to//0] see it. And they longed to hear what you [have been hearing//hear], but they didn’t [get to//0] hear it.”


29 The man wanted to justify his [life-style//actions], so he

asked Jesus, “And who is my neighbor?”


36 “Now which of [those/these] three would you say was a

neighbor to the man who was attacked by bandits?” Jesus



37 The man replied, “The one who  showed him mercy.”

Then Jesus said, “Yes, now [you also//0] go and do the same.”