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Jairus Aquino finally breaks his silence about engagement of Makisig Morales
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Message to Jesus. Excitement of Expectation. It was a middle class community with a diverse population. Capernaum was the center of Jesus' ministry and His second home. And yet, Jesus cursed Capernaum because the people didn't repent after witnessing His miracles there. Sometime around the 7th century Capernaum ceased to exist.
By that time Jairus and his family and all the rest of the people who witnessed this miracle were long gone. The healing of Jairus' daughter was early in Jesus' ministry and, although He had moved to Capernaum, it was before He was well known throughout the entire region. Jairus probably would have cursory knowledge of Jesus at the time his daughter was sick. To him Jesus would have been just a common itinerant preacher. What was Jairus' childhood like? We imagine that he grew up in Capernaum and perhaps his father worked in the Synagogue and trained him to do the same. There's no way to really know for certain.
But imagine a young Jairus being part of the Synagogue services and seeing the men in their finest, taking turns reading from the scrolls. All this and hoping that one day he could be part of the system that ruled the lives of so many.
The gospel writers referred to Jairus as both a 'ruler' and an 'official' of the synagogue. Irrespective of the title, the man was in charge.
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He probably never got his hands dirty, except when he counted the money. We can assume that he was a proud man, perhaps even, to the point of arrogance. How do you suppose a man like that felt about the birth of a daughter? Girls in that era weren't highly prized. A man that important should have had a son, right? At least as he probably supposed.
The thought of his child being a daughter was unthinkable to Jairus.