wife of jesus

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1 Corinthians 13:4-8 - Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails…

Who answering, said to them:

Have ye not read, that he who made man from the beginning,

Made them male and female?

And he said: For this cause shall a man leave father and mother,

and shall cleave to his wife, and they two shall be in one flesh.

Mt. 19:4-5

unholyverse: a basic summary from my very poor short term memory

-infected balls 
-sadomasochist ghosts 
-damn my best friends brother is hot 
-NEVERMIND HES A PRIEST ABORT MISSION ABORT MISSION 
-spill your seed on the ground i said young man spill your seed all around as long as its not in your dead brothers wife 
-frank is jesus?? fresus 
-hospital escape part one 
-Shit Goes Down 
-frank bitchfit #230498324
-it turns into gay emo buffy???
-a year later and frank is still gay 
-fall out boy 
-magic balls . by that i mean spheres that suck out peoples life force to raise demons from hell
-major character death 
-nevermind hes back fuck the vatican 
-protect craig he just wants to help 
-demonic possession 
-exorcism i didnt like this part 
-hospital escape part two 
-gay?? the end 
-frozen peas 

Had you asked me if I really loved my wife prior to knowing Jesus Christ, I emphatically would have assured you I did, because, to the best of my ability, I did love my wife. But once Christ entered the picture… I entered into a new and far greater dimension of love. I loved her before in my own way; I love her today in the way that our Lord would have me love her. The relationship is so much more beautiful.
—  Zig Ziglar

I’m like 99.9% sure that on top of a fridging we’re getting a femme fatale this season. That lady John was with? She’s evil. I’m calling it now, she knows who he is and seduced him for whatever reason. And John will be able to displace his guilt at his own infidelity by turning it into anger against this diabolical seductress. And it’ll be bad, but not as bad as that fucking textbook fridging of his wife, jesus christ I still can’t believe how terrible that was.

Story time

Went to get afternoon drinks with some grad school compatriots and when approaching the bar, one of the other patrons looked at Deacon and said to his (I’m assuming) wife: “we need to get a vest like that for Cooper so he can go everywhere with us.”
Me: “Actually, my dog is a service animal. He’s not just a pet with a vest on.”
Man: “but you don’t look disabled”
Me: “…what does a disabled person look like, exactly?”
Man’s wife: “Jesus, Charles. Stop talking. This is why the Olsens won’t play bridge with us anymore.”

First off- I will admit that I almost passed on reading this devotional because…well, it’s 4 a.m. here, I’m sleepyyy, and this is long for someone who’s tired. That being said, I’m glad I didn’t pass it up. It has such a wonderful message! Now, let’s get to it.
😝😉

After His betrayal and arrest, Jesus was brought before the Sanhedrin, which was the religious ruling council of the Jews. During the night, Jesus was illegally tried and by daybreak He had been falsely condemned.

Because Jerusalem was under Roman rule, only a Roman governor could enforce a death sentence. So the Sanhedrin immediately transferred Jesus to Pilate, the Roman governor, to be tried.

Pilate was astounded by Jesus’ silence before His accusers.

Pilate recognized this was a religious matter and quickly discerned Jesus was not guilty of any crime. He knew envy was the real reason the Jews wanted Jesus put to death. His own wife even warned him Jesus was innocent.

Pilate knew the right choice was to release Jesus, but he lacked the courage to take a stand. Instead, he let the crowd decide. They could release Barabbas, who was a notorious prisoner, or release Jesus.

The crowd chose to release Barabbas and crucify Jesus. Pilate was stuck. He let the pressure of the crowd trap him.

Instead of asking the crowd, “What shall I do, then, with Jesus who is called the Messiah?” (Matthew 27:22), Pilate should have stopped to ask himself that question.

Clearly, Pilate should have listened to the truth and not the crowd. He should have bowed his life in humble submission to Jesus. He should have refused to cower under the pressure of the situation. Instead, Pilate listened to the crowd.

We have the same choice. In every conversation, every decision, every trial we face, we are responsible for what we do with Jesus. Will we listen to the truth or the crowd?

Whispers of betrayal and denial from the culture around us have grown louder. The shouts to crucify Him are intensifying.

As we begin our day let’s stop and ask ourselves, “What shall I do with Jesus?”