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"But when you give a feast, invite the poor, the maimed, the lame, the blind." (Luke 14:13) (1 min 35 sec)

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    1. The concept of a feast is a symbol of the abundant love and grace of God.

    It's the spiritual nourishment that is available to all of us as children of God. When Jesus speaks of giving a feast, he is inviting us to share the abundance of love that is our true nature.
    The poor, maimed, lame, and blind are aspects of ourselves. We are whole and perfect, regardless of our apparent limitations or flaws. The poor, maimed, lame, and blind are metaphors for the parts of ourselves that we perceive as broken, lacking, and unworthy. They are aspects of our being that we have judged based on the ego's perception of separation.
    Jesus' instruction to invite the poor, maimed, lame, and blind to the feast is a call to extend love and acceptance to all parts of ourselves, including those we have previously judged or rejected. It is a reminder to embrace our wholeness and to recognize that every aspect of our being is deserving of love.
    The love of God is  all-encompassing and unconditional. It excludes no one and nothing. By inviting the poor, maimed, lame, and blind to the feast, Jesus is reminding us of the inclusive nature of divine love and encouraging us to embody that love in our interactions with others and ourselves.
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