Bread and Leaven

Apr 17, 2011 • Mike Hubbard • Series: Follow the Leader

Not much of a baker, but I do enjoy a good bread. This is why we route trips to take us by Lamberts, so we can catch those piping hot rolls. While I don't know much about baking, I do know that if one adds a small amount of leaven to some dough and leaves it overnight, the final product is vastly different that what it would have been without the leaven. Right after a second crowd feeding miracle, this time in among the Gentiles, Jesus is once again confronted by the Pharisees. This leads to an interesting statement by Jesus, "Beware of the leaven of the Pharisees and the leaven of Herod." Jesus is saying that it is easy to subtly muc something in with the true bread, and before you know it you have something totally different than that which you started. In bread, no big deal. But, in spiritual issues, it is the difference between truly experiencing the Bread of Life, or being spiritually hungry.

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