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Matthew Ch. 10 Be entrusted by Jesus with a stewardship of His power, and endure the persecution that comes with it.
Be entrusted with a stewardship:
v.1 Those who learn from Jesus, are sent out with power to do God’s work among men.
v.2-4 Jesus knows each of His disciples and apostles by name and character.
v.5-8a Go where God (Jesus) sends you, preach what He tells you, and work as He directs you.
v.8b-10 Give to others freely, what God has freely given you, and receive what you need, from those whom you serve.
v.11-15 Seek out not who is rich, but who is worthy (those who will receive and hear you); those who won’t receive you, will be judged.
v.16-20 Avoid danger when you can, but when you can’t, use those opportunities to speak what God tells you.
v.21-23 What you teach and preach about Jesus will cause division within families, and you will be hated and persecuted; but endure to the end.
v.24-25 You will suffer some of the mistreatment with which they treated Jesus, because you are His disciple and His servant.
Do not fear men, but be bold.
v.26-28 “Whatever I tell you in the dark, speak in the light; and what you hear in the ear, preach on the housetops” (v.27).
v.29-33 Nothing can happen to you apart from God’s will, so don’t let fear keep you from confessing Jesus before men.
OR v.26-33 Speak for Jesus, what He speaks to you, because God values you, and you are under His care and power.
v.34-39 The supreme goal in life is not preserving peace, but loving and following God (Jesus), so be ready to endure trials even unto death.
v.40-42 There will be those who will not persecute you, but help you; they will by no means lose their reward.
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