he Gospel of Luke says: One Sabbath Jesus was going through the corn fields, and his disciples began to pick heads of grain, crushing them in their hands for food. Some of the Pharisees asked them, “Why do you do what is forbidden on the Sabbath? Then Jesus spoke up and asked them, “Have you never read what David did when he and his men were hungry? He entered the house of God , took and ate the bread of the offering, and even gave some of his men, though only priests are allowed to eat that bread”.
Here we have two conflicts between Jesus and the religious people of his time concerning the Sabbath. Let us not forget that the word Sabbath means rest. God requested that one day be made holy each week, not primarily for religious assemblies, but to allow everyone to rest (Ex 20:10). God is glorified when people are not enslaved in order to gain their daily sustenance because of their work.
In the first episode, Jesus does not argue with the