The story of Jesus' last week continues as he enters the Temple and with a whip (according to John) turns over the tables of the money changers and the animal sellers and drives them out of the temple. Jesus gets angry. Why? The money changers and the animal sellers were doing what the religious authorities said they should do, but Jesus is not interested in religious authorities. Jesus is the authority (Mark 1:27). The religious leader at that time forgot that and sometimes we do too. We forget that the Church is not ours, but Jesus' House and we are merely stewards given the joyous task to invite people of all nations into it. All nations - not just those we like or those with money or those that are young with children or those that read the Bible or those that are able to walk through the doors or those with nice clothes - all nations. If Jesus were to enter into Church what tables might he overturn? Which of us might he drive out? If Jesus were to enter into your heart what tables might be overturned? What might he drive out? But more than that- what or who might Jesus invite in?