Monday, October 11, 2021

#REDChallenge | Week 41 | Day 284 | Monday, October 11, 2021 | Matthew 8:1-13; Luke 7

#REDChallenge | Week 41 | Day 284 | Monday, October 11, 2021 | Matthew 8:1-13; Luke 7

Matthew 8:1-13

Luke 7

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All Week 41 Readings

Day 281 | Friday, October 8, 2021 | John 5

Day 282 | Saturday, October 9, 2021 | Matthew 12:1-21; Mark 3; Luke 6

Day 283 | Sunday, October 10, 2021 | Matthew 5-7

Day 284 | Monday, October 11, 2021 | Matthew 8:1-13; Luke 7

Day 285 | Tuesday, October 12, 2021 | Matthew 11

Day 286 | Wednesday, October 13, 2021 | Matthew 12:22-50; Luke 11

Day 287 | Thursday, October 14, 2021 | Matthew 13; Luke 8

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  1. Jesus reached out and touched him, saying, “I want to. Be clean.” Then and there, all signs of the leprosy were gone. Jesus said, “Don’t talk about this all over town. Just quietly present your healed body to the priest, along with the appropriate expressions of thanks to God. Your cleansed and grateful life, not your words, will bear witness to what I have done.”
    Matthew 8:3‭-‬4 MSG

  2. Taken aback, Jesus said, “I’ve yet to come across this kind of simple trust in Israel, the very people who are supposed to know all about God and how he works. This man is the vanguard of many outsiders who will soon be coming from all directions—streaming in from the east, pouring in from the west, sitting down at God’s kingdom banquet alongside Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Then those who grew up ‘in the faith’ but had no faith will find themselves out in the cold, outsiders to grace and wondering what happened.”
    Matthew 8:10‭-‬12 MSG

  3. Then Jesus turned to the captain and said, “Go. What you believed could happen has happened.” At that moment his servant became well.
    Matthew 8:13 MSG

  4. “Let me lay it out for you as plainly as I can: No one in history surpasses John the Baptizer, but in the kingdom he prepared you for, the lowliest person is ahead of him. The ordinary and disreputable people who heard John, by being baptized by him into the kingdom, are the clearest evidence; the Pharisees and religious officials would have nothing to do with such a baptism, wouldn’t think of giving up their place in line to their inferiors.
    Luke 7:28‭-‬30 MSG