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Holy Week, Day Four

Today’s reading is a little longer, and introduces us to Jesus’ teachings about the end of the age – a subject we don’t often hear about during the Easter season, but one that is obviously tied to his resurrection. So, read Matthew Chapter 24 and 25 and reflect on the questions below.

Questions for Reflection

  1. How would you sum up Chapter 24? What is the main thing Jesus seems to be trying to say?
  2. How would you sum up the teaching of the three parables in Chapter 25?
  3. Why do you think Jesus might be discussing this during the week leading up to his crucifixion and resurrection?
  4. How do you think this subject of the end of the age might be relevant for us today?
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