July 12, 2018

Matthew 10:7-15

The Twelve have been given the gift of discipleship. Now they are to go out and make disciples. Their mission is the extension of Jesus’ mission. If they are rejected they are not to react with anger or violence. They are to move on, trusting in God.

We pray for all who are called and sent out, that they will rely on the Holy Spirit for the courage to say and do what is right, no matter the cost.

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