Every day we hear from the politicians and pundits, but what would Jesus have to say about affordable health care, and what about job creation and social security? What can Jesus teach us about world hunger, immigration and overpopulation? What about climate change and our dwindling supply of natural resources? How would Jesus handle the issue of soaring national debt? The larger question is, can Jesus teach us how to reconstruct our global civilization so that we no longer have to worry about all of these seemingly overwhelming individual problems? The answer is yes, definitely. Going by what he did say, Jesus can teach us how to manage human affairs governed by his commands for non-judgmental forgiveness, mercy, and sustenance. This gospel reviews Matthew's "Living Word" gospel for that purpose. Esau was Jacob's older brother and this gospel is written in his name, symbolic of the only blessing Isaac had left for his older son. It teaches us how to throw off an uncomfortable yoke, Jacob's, in favor of a more comfortable one, the Christ's.
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|Size: ||1.3 MB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781630636036 (DRM-EPUB)|
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