Sunday 28th September 2014

The gospel story of the two sons, who were asked by their father to go and work in the vineyard, might appear to be nothing more than a typical scene taken from any family situation. The father has a job to be done and he gives the command: “Go and work in the vineyard today”. One son seems rude, abrupt and discourteous as he answers back, “I will not go”. On reflection, however, he has a change of heart and goes off and does what he is asked. The other son is polite and respectful and promises to go to the vineyard but he hasn’t the slightest intention of doing anything. He is a smooth talker but a poor performer. Read More

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