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Dinner with Jesus (Part 1) – “Lunch with Levi – Grace”

June 1, 2024   /   Crossroads Community Church

Robert Karris: “In Luke’s Gospel Jesus is either a meal, a meal, or a meal.”

The meals of Jesus are a window into his and the way it defines his and its .

Luke 5:27-32

Tax collectors were who used their position to .

“Tax Farming”: They would pay the government for the right to , and then .

Luke 5:29; Mark 2:15

Introduce to their  

Luke 5:30

These don’t measure up to the expected by the Pharisees

The religious leaders said, “You’ve got to get ; you’ve got to get .” Thus, people didn’t come because they didn’t think they were .

Jesus is welcoming the

Luke 5:36-39

can’t be integrated with and .

Luke 5:30

“Do we act like the ?”

Two worlds are colliding at Levi’s party: the Pharisees’ world of versus the .

Luke 6:11

Robert Karris: “In Luke’s Gospel Jesus got himself because of the way .”

Tim Chester: “Someone with whom we share food is likely to be our friend, or well on the way to becoming one.”

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