A Sunday School teacher was talking to a class of five-and-six-year-olds about the Ten Commandments. Can you give me a Commandment with only four words?” she asked. “I know,” said a little girl: “Keep off the grass.” The discussion turned to family love and the teacher brought in the Commandment, “Honor thy father and thy mother.” Then she asked, “What about a Commandment that tells us how to treat our brothers and sisters?” A little boy who had five brothers and sisters was quick to answer: “I know,” he said, “Thou shalt not kill.” When the class ended, two of the boys began to poke each other. The teacher intervened saying, “Didn’t we just finish talking about the Golden Rule?” to which one of the little combatants replied, “Yes but he did it unto me first.”
In today’s Gospel Lesson, as Jesus is walking in the area of the Temple, He is confronted by one of the Scribes. The Scribes were an elite group…
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