In so far as the “daily bread” of the Lord’s prayer is the daily reading by which the disciples should be fed, in Matthew’s gospel, poverty is the consequence of refusing to receive and distribute the Lord’s heavenly bread. In the plainest and most obvious meaning of Matthew’s metaphor, if the people living in your house are poor, it’s because you are not feeding them. You have no one to blame but yourself.
You will always have poor instruction, but there is only one written gospel.
Exit Peter. Enter Timothy.
Richard and Fr. Marc discuss Matthew 26:6-13.
Episode 393 Matthew 26:6-13; Music:
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