Mark 14:12-16, 22-26
One of the striking things about Jesus’ ministry is that He chose not to make it alone, but at the center of a community. Very early on in His ministry He called Peter and Andrew, James and John, Matthew and the others, to be with Him. It can be an enriching experience to imagine what their conversations were like as they moved together from town-to-town, or as they sat around a campfire in the night air. A very human community it was. One of them doubted Him; one of them betrayed Him; three of them went to sleep on the last night of His life when He needed them very much. A very human community-and yet, in this community God…
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