April 21st 2019

Morning torpedoed in a celestial array of colors. Wind chimes were singing on tree branches. I thank God Jehovah Jesus for this pleasant Sunday Morning. I thank him for his grace mercy and blessing.
I was reading the Gospel of John and an incident in it deeply touched me. The Pharisees brought before Jesus a woman who committed adultery. They wanted to trick Jesus and said to him: what punishment should we give her. They knew that if he said: stone her that means he is blaspheming and if he said to let her go scot free, he is violating the law. Jesus evaded them and told them: which one you has never sinned: stone her. They went away. Woman who committed adultery as an idiom means being acquitted in a court of law. I have not been a woman who committed adultery. The accused became a woman who committed adultery.
The second incident which I read was the story of Lazarus, Martha and Mary. One day Lazarus fell sick and died. Jesus went to see them after four days. He commanded them to remove the stone of the cave in which he was placed. Then he commanded Lazarus to rise up and walk. Lazarus as an idiom means being divinely healed. A Lazarus occurred to my son when he was very critical. Mary and Martha means being steadfast in belief. My ambition to be a writer is Mary and Martha.

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