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Part 3 Dinner at Simon the Pharisee’s House Luke 7:36-50

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  • Part 3 Dinner at Simon the Pharisees House Luke 7:36-50
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  • The SETTINGA TENSE and AWKWARD Scene at Simons House
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  • Men like Simon would have avoided contact with people they considered impure lest they become infected.
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  • The SETTINGA TENSE and AWKWARD Scene at Simons House Men like Simon would have avoided contact with people they considered impure lest they become infected. The uninvited guest is a woman of the city who had lived a sinful life (i.e., she was a prostitute).
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  • The SETTINGA TENSE and AWKWARD Scene at Simons House Men like Simon would have avoided contact with people they considered impure lest they become infected. The uninvited guest is a woman of the city who had lived a sinful life (i.e., she was a prostitute). Letting your hair down was reserved for the bedroom; for women to do it in public was grounds for divorce.
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  • The SETTINGA TENSE and AWKWARD Scene at Simons House Everything about this woman looks wrongher presence and actions at the event seem highly inappropriate.
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  • The SETTINGA TENSE and AWKWARD Scene at Simons House Everything about this woman looks wrongher presence and actions at the event seem highly inappropriate. Unlike others in the room, Jesus reinterprets what she does as a loving act rather than an erotic act.
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  • The SETTINGA TENSE and AWKWARD Scene at Simons House Everything about this woman looks wrongher presence and actions at the event seem highly inappropriate. Unlike others in the room, Jesus reinterprets what she does as a loving act rather than an erotic act. How would you have reacted if you had seen a known promiscuous woman kissing the feet of Jesus?
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  • The SETTINGA TENSE and AWKWARD Scene at Simons House When you discover that someone in your church has sinned, your own heart will be exposed. (Tim Chester)
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  • Some people ANALYZE Jesus, and some people ADORE himWHAT are the differences?
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  • There is contrast in the attitude they give him: Those who analyze Jesus come to him in a cold, clinical, and detached way. Those who adore Jesus come to him in a warm, relational, and personal way.
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  • Some people ANALYZE Jesus, and some people ADORE himWHAT are the differences? There is contrast in the authority they give him: Those who analyze Jesus try to control the terms of the encounter with him. Those who adore Jesus surrender the terms of the encounter with him.
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  • Some people ANALYZE Jesus, and some people ADORE himWHAT are the differences? There is contrast in the affection they give him: Those who analyze Jesus treat him as any other guest. Those who adore Jesus treat him as the preeminent guest.
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  • Some people ANALYZE Jesus, and some people ADORE himWHY are there differences?
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  • There is contrast in understanding the depth of ones sins: Those who analyze Jesus see themselves as spiritually adequate. Those who adore Jesus see themselves as spiritually needy.
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  • Some people ANALYZE Jesus, and some people ADORE himWHY are there differences? There is contrast in understanding the cost of ones salvation: Those who analyze Jesus are unmoved by the cost of salvation. Those who adore Jesus are deeply moved by the cost of salvation.
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  • Sinners welcome Jesus because Jesus welcomes sinners.
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  • Some people ANALYZE Jesus, and some people ADORE himWHAT are the outcomes?
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  • Those who analyze Jesus...
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  • Some people ANALYZE Jesus, and some people ADORE himWHAT are the outcomes? Those who analyze Jesus... ... get a lesson about true humanityLook at this woman.
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  • Some people ANALYZE Jesus, and some people ADORE himWHAT are the outcomes? Those who analyze Jesus... ... get a lesson about true humanityLook at this woman. ... get a lesson about true humilityYou may owe less than others, but you still cant pay.
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  • Some people ANALYZE Jesus, and some people ADORE himWHAT are the outcomes? Those who analyze Jesus... ... get a lesson about true humanityLook at this woman. ... get a lesson about true humilityYou may owe less than others, but you still cant pay. ... get a lesson about true holinessGodly people gently restore the fallen.
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  • Some people ANALYZE Jesus, and some people ADORE himWHAT are the outcomes? Those who adore Jesus...
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  • Some people ANALYZE Jesus, and some people ADORE himWHAT are the outcomes? Those who adore Jesus... ... get the love theyve always sought, despite their misguided quest for it.
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  • Some people ANALYZE Jesus, and some people ADORE himWHAT are the outcomes? Those who adore Jesus... ... get the love theyve always sought, despite their misguided quest for it. ... get the assurance of salvation, despite the many sins they have committed.
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  • Some people ANALYZE Jesus, and some people ADORE himWHAT are the outcomes? Those who adore Jesus... ... get the commission to step out into peace, with a new power for life.
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  • Sinners welcome Jesus because Jesus welcomes sinners.
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