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مرقس 2 : 13-17


وخَرجَ ثانِيَةً إِلى شاطِئِ البَحْر، فأَتاه الجَمْعُ كُلُّه، فَأَخذَ يُعَلِّمُهم. ثُمَّ رأَى وهو سائرٌ لاوِيَ بْنَ حَلْفى جالِساً في بَيتِ الجِباية، فقالَ له: «اتبَعْني !» فقامَ فتَبِعَه. وجَلَسَ يسوعُ لِلطَّعامِ عِندَه، وجَلَسَ معَه ومع تَلاميذِه كثيرٌ مِنَ العَشَّارينَ والخاطِئين، فقد كانَ هُناكَ كثيرٌ مِنَ النَّاس. وكانوا يَتبَعونَه. فلَمَّا رَأَى الكَتَبَةُ مِنَ الفِرِّيسِيِّينَ أَنَّه يَأكُلُ معَ الخاطِئينَ والعَشَّارين، قالوا لِتَلاميذه: «أَيأكُلُ مَعَ العَشَّارينَ والخاطِئين ؟» فسَمِعَ يَسوعُ كلامَهم، فقالَ لهم: «ليسَ الأَصِحَّاءُ بِمُحْتاجينَ إِلى طَبيب، بلِ المَرْضى. ما جِئتُ لأَدعُوَ الأَبرارَ، بلِ الخاطِئين».

مرقس 2 : 13-17
  • بعض نقاط التأمّل

    • تصوّر المكان : مكتب الجباية، لاوي ويسوع. أضع نفسي في المكان أطلب نعمة الإصغاء إلى صوت الربّ الذي يغيّر حياتي
    • اللقاء بين لاوي ويسوع الّذي دفع لاوي إلى ترك عمله، المربح ولكنه غير المشرّف، واتّباع يسوع
    • يسوع بين "الخطأة"، شخصيّته تجذبهم وهو لا يرى مشكلة في التقرّب منهم
    • الفرّيسيّون يدينون انطلاقًا من مبادئهم حول المسموح والممنوع
  • بعض نقاط التأمّل

    • In his early ministry Jesus was invited to speak in the synagogue, but quite soon the rulers of the synagogue grew uneasy with him, and he was forced out to speak wherever he could, on the roads and the lakeside. He had been marginalized by his own people, and the marginalized were drawn to him, justifiably unpopular people like tax-collectors.
    • Lord, it is when I feel on the edge that I need you, and you are there for me.
    • Tax collectors were despised bureaucrats who collected taxes on behalf of the Roman occupiers. They were looked upon as traitors. So when the scribes see Jesus eating with such people they are shocked.
    • The scribes and Pharisees regarded themselves as righteous because they carefully observed various customs that had been added to the Law of Moses, the so-called 'traditions of the elders.' When Jesus says that he has come not to call the righteous but sinners, he is referring ironically to the scribes and Pharisees who see obedience to custom as superior to love of God and neighbour.
    • The crowds who listened to Jesus were made up of different kinds of people, many of whom had little in common with each other, some of whom despised others. I pray that Christians may be tolerant of diversity in the way that Jesus was.
    • The sick and those in need usually approach Jesus boldly and directly; the seemly Pharisees approached the disciples. Much as I rely on others, I an reminded always to bring my needs and questions to Jesus, who has all the time in the world for me.

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