Greek for the Week: Luke 4:21-30

Jesus gets real snarky edition. But he has a good, solid, biblical point. And almost gets driven off a cliff for it. Good times.

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According to Pr. Scott, this is THE hill that they almost pushed him off. Jerusalem is PACKED with people. And they were mad.

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2 thoughts on “Greek for the Week: Luke 4:21-30

  1. On Tuesday, I learned that the phrase “Physician heal thyself” is an idiom meaning “charity starts at home”, or something like that. It makes a lot more sense to me now. Thanks for the message!

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