Isac Lorena

It says: ' ' My son cruel is tormented by one demnio' ' (v. 22). It sees the son problem as being its proper one. However, it does not have no reply of Jesus, which wanted concrete tests of the confidence of that Cananeia woman. This silence of Jesus takes to cease it the shouts. Its corporal attitude is that it enters in scene. It ' ' it came to prostrar itself ahead of it! ' ' (v.

25): ' ' The attitude is not alone of suplication, but of worship: it discerned the mysterious ancestry from Jesus' ' . Reaffirming its confidence in the Messias, she humblly makes its full order of faith: ' ' Sir, helps me! ' ' (v. 25). ' ' This restriction of the order denotes the dimension of its faith: it demands little, perhaps but it keeps the same hope and this of dilate still more! ' ' , as France Qur says. The attitude of Jesus with the Cananeia, its directed Spiritual Of beginning Jesus if indifferent door with the uivosos shouts of the woman.

It does not answer to them. It continues with its walks in the foreign land. However, the Cananeia woman ' ' gritava' ' (v. 22) without stopping. Then its disciples had said: ' ' Fire; ' (v. 25). That is, they wanted to be free of the confident shouts of that woman who requested cure for its son ' ' tormented for one demnio' ' (v. 22). ' ' Jesus answered to them: I was not sent seno to the lost sheep of the house of Israel' ' (v. 24). Jesus answers not it woman, but its disciples with this strong word that already value ' ' for a refusal clara' ' , as he perceives Isac Lorena. This because ' ' Jesus if considered inside of the justice dictated for its Father.