VIDEO: Jesus and the Woman Taken in Adultery (Messages of Christ)

VIDEO: Jesus and the Woman Taken in Adultery (Messages of Christ)

Early in the morning while Jesus was teaching at the temple, the scribes and Pharisees presented a woman they claimed to have committed adultery. Attempting to trap the Savior, they ask what should happen to the woman. The Master’s response teaches us a powerful lesson of both justice and mercy.
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Early in the morning while Jesus was teaching at the temple, the scribes and Pharisees presented a woman they claimed to have committed adultery. Attempting to trap the Savior, they ask what should happen to the woman. The Master’s response teaches us a powerful lesson of both justice and mercy.

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Produced and narrated by Daniel Smith

Written by Heather Ruth Pack

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