Mandy Brooke Green
Easter Through the Eyes of Matthew
Updated: Apr 10
Easter, Through the Eyes of Matthew. Matt 21-28
Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640), The Holy Women at the Sepulchre, c. 1611–14, oil on panel, The Norton Simon Foundation
This is the first installment of the new Come Follow Me video cast which is now available by subscription only. However, I found I wanted to share this particular Easter lesson with the podcast followers as well, so I doubled down and did both at once. Just know that when I say that, I may have quadrupled down! This is by far the LONGEST PODCAST KNOWN to Reflecting LIght. So FAIR WARNING.: IT IS LOOOONG.
Break it up, take it in chapters, or not at all. Just let me know if you learned something new or if this was a complete bust. It's an experiment.
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This format follows the same one I used teaching my Adult religion/Institute classes. The class is In depth, a few chapters a week with lots of insights into the words and the context.
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And here is my favorite talk of all time about the Savior: