Scripture: Mark 14:1-10
This Sunday we launch into a new worship series called, ‘You Heard It Wrong: the holy art of unlearning.’ Because it is a good and holy thing to regularly lay our own faith upon the altar and ask the Lord to show us what is gold and what is dross, what is real and what is not.
It is important to stop and wonder occasionally, do I read scripture for revelation or confirmation?
So throughout these weeks are we are going to be looking at verses that are often cited by believers and asking the question–do these words mean what we think they mean?
First up, Jesus’ words in the 14th chapter of the gospel of Mark, ‘The poor you will always have with you.’ What was Jesus telling us then and how are we supposed to respond?
I hope to worship with you this Sunday at 10am, on the livestream or in the sanctuary.
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