Jesus was a popular figure in his day, especially among the hungry, the lame, the blind, the unclean, and the despairing. Enough so that among the privileged classes it was both a jealousy for their own standing and a fear of the unruly crowds that led them to crucify Jesus. Yet at one point—as reported in John 6—even the devoted crowds abandoned Jesus. That shift invites a bit of reflection because it speaks to our own worlds.
In my travels in India I missed making the connection to my Cor Deo entry of this past week, so here it is as a belated entry. For the full post please use this link: A Proper Diet