Rev. David Pileggi looks at the parable of the wedding feast. Being invited into the wedding was not dependent upon wearing the right garment, but staying in the wedding was!
Last week we started a series on idolatry; this presents a challenge to all of us. As we continue, in the context of the Feast of Michael and All Angels, Rev. David Pileggi exhorts us that book of Revelation is to be read and cherished.
Rev. David Pileggi looks at the process of what to do “if your brother sins against you”. Our tendency may be to enforce our rights and boundaries, engage in self-justification and exhibit a lack of mercy.
Rev. David Pileggi begins a three-week series on the subject of autumn holidays. Rosh Hashanah is a time of repentance and introspection, opening a period of ten days prior to Yom Kippur in which to get right with God and other people.
Rev. David Pileggi recaps on last week by reminding us of the question, “What does a Messiah do?” and “What does Sonship mean?” The Father loves the Son and the Son obeys the Father.
Rev. David Pileggi spoke on the gospel reading where Jesus goes into the northern region of Caesarea Philippi, an area of darkness and paganism.
Rev. David Pileggi, in focusing in on the Canaanite woman, describes Jesus, when He meets a non-Jewish woman who understands that He is the Son of David.
Rev. David Pileggi says that Jesus parables give different facets of the Kingdom of Heaven: its King, its people & and community, its power, etc. The parable of the wheat and tares talks about the community of God and how it contains those who look like they belong but they do not.
Rev. David Pileggi expounds on the subject of The Parables, which are illustrations of the Kingdom of Heaven. The Hebrew language is key to the stories known as parables.
Rev. Pileggi discusses the Christian role in the development of Jerusalem in an interview on i24News.