No one would have been surprised had this saying appeared somewhere in the Gospel of John. The language is characteristically Johannine
This is a hard saying in more senses than one: it is hard to accept and it is hard to reconcile it with the general teaching of Jesus.
These words occur in Matthew’s account of Jesus’s sending out the twelve apostles two by two at a fairly early stage in his Galilean ministry,
This is a very hard saying. The `so’ which introduces it refers to the severe punishment which the king in a parable inflicted on an unforgiving servant of his. The parable arises out of a conversation between Jesus and Peter.
In the original text of the Gospels, these words appear once – as a comment on Matthew’s parable of the marriage feast.
One reason for concerning it as a tough speech communication is that Peter within the Gospels is just too unstable a personality to function the inspiration for any enterprise
Jesus Christ had always set children as an example when he taught about Kingdom values and life truths. Children are the reflection of God’s hope for humankind. Such is the light that Children shed on our life lessons today. There are two such ways that help us to enrich our lives.
The Sin against the Holy Spirit