The late Fritz Kreisler, the great violinist, was walking down the street one day with a friend and the two stopped to look in the window of a shop. A fine catch of fish, eyes staring, were on display, lined up in a neat row. Kreisler suddenly clutched his companion by the arm. “Woe is me,” he exclaimed, “that reminds me that I’m supposed to be playing a concert!”
Luke’s Gospel informs us that Jesus taught in the synagogues, including the synagogue in Nazareth, the town “where He had been brought up.” It was there, Luke tells us, that all eyes in the synagogue were staring at Him. Why? Because, as we learn in today’s Gospel Lesson, “He won…
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