28th October - What Do I See? - Part 2

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1 year ago

The Scribe came near because he wanted to increase his knowledge.

1 year ago

If you want to ask some one a question, you would not do that from afar, as you would talking loudly. It seems to be a quiet meaningful chat.

Trevor Andrew
1 year ago

The scribe wanted to find out more from Jesus because he could see that he knew what he was talking about.
Asked the question what is the greatest commandment
Jesus replied with quotes from the scriptures which they would know
The greatest commandment of all love God love your neighbour as yourself
Because the scribe recognised what Jesus was saying and accepted it he in effect was rejecting all the other laws that the religious leaders had enacted. He got it.

1 year ago

thank you Jesus ! Lord of the Ages ! Eternal king ! praise your holy Name !

1 year ago

The scribe said: loving God & ones neighbour is ‘much more important that burnt offering & sacrifices’. This manifestation of Jewish worship was there even in Jesus day & he just changed everything with his answer – ‘you are not far from the kingdom of God’. Wow. No one dared ask him any questions after this.

sabrina allcock
1 year ago

when the Scribe asked Jesus whats the greatest commandment Jesus didn’t hesitate and say … well actually they are all important and we cannot consider one more important than the other .. Jesus knew without any hesitation what He considers to the ‘the’ most important or greatest commandment’ – which is what I see (among other things) in this scripture ..

1 year ago

I see the scribe says,”you are right Teacher you have truly said that he is one”
Who is the scribe to call Jesus “TEACHER” does he know Jesus is the son of God and why does he say “one”

Thank you so much Bruce and ministry ,im so glad I met you via the net .I feel the Holy Spirit in my life and pray for the Holy Spirit for each membre of my family with this commandment “love your neighbour as yourself, “in the power of the Holy Spirit and Jesus name .Amen

Ursel Mihelcic
1 year ago


1 year ago

-Scribe said to Jesus ” You are right Teacher; you have truly said that ‘ HE IS ONE,and BESIDES HIM THERE IS NO OTHER’; and TO LOVE HIM with ALL the HEART, and with ALL the UNDERSTANDING, and with ALL the STRENGTH’, and to LOVE one’s NEIGHBOUR as ONESELF,’
-Jesus saw that he ANSWERED WISELY, He said to him,

Last edited 1 year ago by Valerie
1 year ago

I wonder why it was important for the scribe to want to know which commandment was the greatest.

1 year ago

Interesting I never thought about it before. A scribe usually listens writes records but here he questions and enters into discussion and then makes what I imagine for a scribe to be a bold move and a wild statement in their era without chastisement. It brings to mind in book of Samuel David enquired of the Lord.
Love this bridge building session.

Anthony Morris, James Charles
1 year ago

First of all I would like to express the purity of learning the Bible and its true meaning and the gratitude of knowing the word of God as humans that seek the faith trust and believe in the word becomes its most beautiful butterfly out of the cocoon Today is my birthday and I am so great love the spirit of God it is one of the best present I could ever receive so thank you for your sessions and look forward so many more.

1 year ago

When the Teacher of the Law said to Jesus those wise words, and Jesus acknowledged him as being not far from the kingdom of Heaven, i see the other Sadducees getting ruffled and annoyed, that one of them spoke about the Kingdom of Heaven in a totally different way.

1 year ago

Paul , to use one of today’s vernacular , VIRTUAL involvement when necessary to immerse oneself more completely with authors of the revelation of the importance of the documents

Lucy Kimani
1 year ago

Thank you Bruce for the good layout of reading the Bible by seeing what is in the word. Have a Blessed day

1 year ago

“You shall Love your neighbor as yourself” is so very powerful! Ascend dear Lord and help us with living this passage of the Bible. Amen

1 year ago

You are not far from the kingdom of God. – Not far? Close?

Jones Ruth
1 year ago

First Commandment is: I am the Lord your God and you shall not have other gods before me. The first 3 Commandments refer to GOD HIMSELF. The other 7 are about of neighbors. How can we love GOD with all of our hearts IF we can not love our neighbor WHO is GOD’S greatest creation. A Scribe writes out the Scriptures, and documents. Who had a hand in the death of Christ? Reason for the answer “You are not far from the Kingdom of Heaven.”

1 year ago

I see Jesus trying to teach love of God to the scribe and the people he was speaking to

1 year ago

When we draw near to someone, we want to have a deep and meaningful conversation with them. This is what the scribe wanted. To pray is to draw near to God.

1 year ago

Thank you Bruce

Deanna Francke
1 year ago

We are expected to love God & our neighbour with our entire being putting ourselves last. This is the most important commandment & nothing else matters more than loving our God & putting Him first in our lives above everything else.

Louise Hart
1 year ago

Yesterday I saw
the Scribe looks up
eye contact between the two
Jesus smiles
Question—some of this is obviously in my mind, is this the wrong track?

Sandra Purcell (ADMIN)
Reply to  Louise Hart
1 year ago

Hi Louise, the question is ‘What do I see?’ and for some that will mean seeing literally the words on the page, and for others, like yourself, an image appears and that is also what is ‘seen.’ Visualising what is happening in Scripture passages can make them so meaningful – how blessed you are to be able to see in that way. Thank you for sharing today!

1 year ago

The scribes probably saw a group of people and out of curiosity wanted to know what the commotion was all about.

Marci Valente
1 year ago

Thank you Bruce for teaching us about scripture and how Jesus shows us the way. We are truly blessed. Have a blessed weekend

1 year ago

Joyce Notes: Scribes, scribes arguing, asking which commandement; what commandments, kingdom of God, Israel, neighbor, jesus asnwered well, “love with all your heart, all your soul, all your mind and all your strength; all is everything, love Him as God, do I love the stranger or homeless on the street