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The Walk > Unlikely Friends

Vic Pentz

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May 24, 2015

Matthew and Simon, two key disciples of Jesus, were natural born enemies. Yet they ate together, worked together, and prayed together. These unlikely friends were united in Christ, and they became a model for the early church.

The Walk

Jesus’ movement is not doing well these days. In many places where his name appears, Jesus’ people lack their founder’s passion. Where do we go to get it back? Let’s go to the source—the person of Jesus. Watch Jesus’ dazzling people skills as he loves people and makes them believe there is actually a God who knows us. Talk a walk with Jesus. Would you have followed him?

Matthew 9:9-13

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