When Jesus walked the earth, he went around doing good, like feeding the hungry, healing the sick and raising the dead. He quickly generated a large following who came to hear him talk and perform miracles. There were crowds wherever he went. He ate with sinners. In fact, he included them in his entourage. He seemed to exhibit extreme patience under virtually any circumstance. There was something though that got him quite angry. Really angry. It was a righteous anger. He disliked hypocrites – especially religious hypocrites. What does that mean for us today?
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