Rejection at Nazareth

In his early ministry, things seemed to be going really well for Jesus back at his home synagogue.  Then he began to talk about acts of Elijah and Elisha that favored foreigners over needs in Israel, and the crowd became very angry with Jesus.  This makes us aware that Jesus often angered those around him, particularly those in positions of importance in the religious establishment.  What does this say to us in our own day and time?   (NOTE:  Although the video begins with the Communion Meditation, once it starts you can scroll back to the beginning of the service if you want.  The video of the entire service is available to watch.)


  • Luke :4:21-30


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Rejection at Nazareth (Communion Meditation)

Carol Cavin-Dillon