Reflection. Jesus , master of simplicity . By Fabian Massa.

Translated from Spanish to English with Google Translator.

34 The Pharisees gathered to hear that Jesus had silenced the Sadducees . 35 One of them , an expert in the law , set him up with this question:
36 - Master, which is the great commandment in the law?
37 - "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind " Jesus replied . 38 This is the first and most important commandment . 39 The second is like it : 'Love your neighbor as yourself. " 40 On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets . 22.34 Matthew 37 NIV .

The religious Jews, the " doctors of the law " were the comments of the Torah , writing endless lists of rules derived from their interpretations, governing each instance in the life of people. All engineering standards , rules , traditions and rules from the point of view of the Pharisees ( who were his disciples ) did the " Holiness " [1 ] The amount of provisions of the Scribes was so great that it was impossible to comply , the complexity of the provisions were that simple the people were excluded . It was clearly a sectarian religious politics .

But Jesus, in speaking to this "Master of Law " surprised by the simplicity and the synthesis of all Scripture in just two commandments :

 "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind "
" Love your neighbor as yourself. "

Simple , who meets this will fulfill all that is written in the Bible .

For those of us who are teachers, and also for those who are not its function but have the task of teaching , this is a wonderful example : Let our dependent task fun and easy to grasp . A good teacher works simply.

Week 70 is about to begin . Focus on the message of Salvation Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt be saved "


[1 ] The Mishnah ( ' study , repetition ' ) is a body of Jewish law compiled exegetical , which collects and consolidates the Jewish oral tradition developed over centuries from the time of the Torah or written law, and until its codification at the hands of Rabbi Yehuda HaNasi , towards the end of the second century . The body of law called Mishnah , is the basis of Jewish oral law or rabbinic , which together with the Torah or written law, make halacha . In turn, the Mishnah was enlarged and annotated for three centuries by the wise men of Babylon, the Gemara , in both the original and its exegesis Mishna or Gemara , jointly received the name of Talmud. A set of Rabbis gathered oral tradition in the third century which brought a number of 6 books ( volumes , rolls) and then passed from generation to generation. % C3% A1


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