|AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF JESUCRISTO-5.27 In Samaria they do not receive me. (Lc 9, 51-56)
Author: RAFAEL GARCIA BRANCHES
5.27 in Samaria they do not receive me. (Lc 9, 51-56)
It happened that, when there were fulfilled the days of my game of this world, seriously the face
, I took the firm resolution to head to Jerusalem. I sent messengers in front of me and set out we enter a Samaritans' village to have accommodation. They did not receive me, since my aspect belonged to the one who was going to Jerusalem. Seeing it my disciples Santiago and Juan, they said: “Señor
: do you want that we say that it should lower fire of the sky and should consume them? ”
Turned I answered you to them saying: “No you know of what spirit you are; because the Son of the man did not come to lose the souls of the men but to save them ”.
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