How did Christ demonstrate a proper mode of reverence towards the Father?
I’ve reviewed the parable of the wicked husbandmen as recorded in Matthew 21. It talks of wicked leadership within the kingdom of God, and of how they ought to have reverenced the Son, but did not. The JST on verse 45 reveals that the Savior taught this parable twice in the same setting (similar to how he taught the Parable of the Sower), and that this shift in leadership was to occur twice: once at his coming, and again in the last days.
What is the issue? Why has there been a need for a replacement of leadership? a lack of reverence and a failure to produce fruit.
Reverence proceeds the ability to produce fruit. (This is what’s missing in my home.)