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Episode credited cast:
Ray Owens ...
The Lord / Episode announcer / Jesus
Sonia Owens ...
Angela 'Angie' Roberts
Hal Studer ...
Professor Humphrey Bumble / SIR
Helena Van Koert ...
Corkey Roberts
Billie Lou Watt ...
Justin Casey


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The Lord Of The Sabbath
14 February 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Once again,the Flying House failed to get back into the 20th century that Justin,Angie,Corkey and SIR together with Professor Humphrey Bumble stayed behind in Ancient Israel during the time of Jesus.

Justin,Angie,Corkey and SIR gets to meet Dan,a young boy holding back who is searching for his uncle Tebia,who is currently staying at the Bethsaida pool with the hopes of getting healed.While walking towards Jerusalem,the viewers get to learn more about Dan and the story between his father and Tebia which led into hatred between the two.Once they got to the Bethsaida Pool,they all get to meet Tebia which led to arguments and endless quarrels.

Later,we get to see Jesus who was able to cure Tebia.When the Pharisees realized that he did this on a Sabbath Day,this led to more hatred against him and more accusations which they can use in their plans to conspire against him as well.The episode ended with Dan and Tebia restoring their relationship after forgiveness prevailed upon both of them.

This showed that Jesus is the Lord of the Sabbath indeed.He exudes kindness to anyone who needs his healing and will extend his help to anyone who needs it irrespective of the laws and traditions set by the Jews.Added to that,it also presents the viewers that purity of the soul is basically more important than religiosity and religious traditions.

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