During the forty years that the people of Israel spent in the wilderness, Numbers 15 tells us of a time that a man was gathering wood on the Sabbath day. Those who found him brought him to Moses. The Lord told Moses that the man must die. The whole assembly was to stone him outside of the camp. God is serious about his commandments.

With that background, should we be surprised then that the Pharisees found it so serious when they thought that Jesus' disciples were breaking the Sabbath? The Pharisees problem was not that they took the Sabbath to seriously and needed to lighten up. No, the problem was ... (To read me or to listen, click below.)
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