Saturday, October 16, 2021

#REDChallenge | Week 42 | Day 289 | Saturday, October 16, 2021 | Matthew 9-10

#REDChallenge | Week 42 | Day 289 | Saturday, October 16, 2021 | Matthew 9-10

Matthew 9

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Day 288 | Friday, October 15, 2021 | Matthew 8:14-34; Mark 4-5

Day 289 | Saturday, October 16, 2021 | Matthew 9-10

Day 290 | Sunday, October 17, 2021 | Matthew 14; Mark 6; Luke 9:1-17

Day 291 | Monday, October 18, 2021 | John 6

Day 292 | Tuesday, October 19, 2021 | Matthew 15; Mark 7

Day 293 | Wednesday, October 20, 2021 | Matthew 16; Mark 8; Luke 9:18-27

Day 294 | Thursday, October 21, 2021 | Matthew 17; Mark 9; Luke 9:28-62

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  1. Jesus, overhearing, shot back, “Who needs a doctor: the healthy or the sick? Go figure out what this Scripture means: ‘I’m after mercy, not religion.’ I’m here to invite outsiders, not coddle insiders.”
    Matthew 9:12‭-‬13 MSG

  2. Just then a woman who had hemorrhaged for twelve years slipped in from behind and lightly touched his robe. She was thinking to herself, “If I can just put a finger on his robe, I’ll get well.” Jesus turned—caught her at it. Then he reassured her: “Courage, daughter. You took a risk of faith, and now you’re well.” The woman was well from then on.
    Matthew 9:20‭-‬22 MSG

  3. He touched their eyes and said, “Become what you believe.” It happened. They saw. Then Jesus became very stern. “Don’t let a soul know how this happened.” But they were hardly out the door before they started blabbing it to everyone they met.
    Matthew 9:29‭-‬31 MSG

  4. Then Jesus made a circuit of all the towns and villages. He taught in their meeting places, reported kingdom news, and healed their diseased bodies, healed their bruised and hurt lives. When he looked out over the crowds, his heart broke. So confused and aimless they were, like sheep with no shepherd. “What a huge harvest!” he said to his disciples. “How few workers! On your knees and pray for harvest hands!”
    Matthew 9:35‭-‬38 MSG

  5. The prayer was no sooner prayed than it was answered. Jesus called twelve of his followers and sent them into the ripe fields. He gave them power to kick out the evil spirits and to tenderly care for the bruised and hurt lives. This is the list of the twelve he sent: Simon (they called him Peter, or “Rock”), Andrew, his brother, James, Zebedee’s son, John, his brother, Philip, Bartholomew, Thomas, Matthew, the tax man, James, son of Alphaeus, Thaddaeus, Simon, the Canaanite, Judas Iscariot (who later turned on him).
    Matthew 10:1‭-‬4 MSG

  6. “Stay alert. This is hazardous work I’m assigning you. You’re going to be like sheep running through a wolf pack, so don’t call attention to yourselves. Be as cunning as a snake, inoffensive as a dove.
    Matthew 10:16 MSG

  7. “Don’t be intimidated. Eventually everything is going to be out in the open, and everyone will know how things really are. So don’t hesitate to go public now.
    Matthew 10:26‭-‬27 MSG

  8. “What’s the price of a pet canary? Some loose change, right? And God cares what happens to it even more than you do. He pays even greater attention to you, down to the last detail—even numbering the hairs on your head! So don’t be intimidated by all this bully talk. You’re worth more than a million canaries.
    Matthew 10:29‭-‬31 MSG

  9. “If you don’t go all the way with me, through thick and thin, you don’t deserve me. If your first concern is to look after yourself, you’ll never find yourself. But if you forget about yourself and look to me, you’ll find both yourself and me.
    Matthew 10:38‭-‬39 MSG

  10. “We are intimately linked in this harvest work. Anyone who accepts what you do, accepts me, the One who sent you. Anyone who accepts what I do accepts my Father, who sent me. Accepting a messenger of God is as good as being God’s messenger. Accepting someone’s help is as good as giving someone help. This is a large work I’ve called you into, but don’t be overwhelmed by it. It’s best to start small. Give a cool cup of water to someone who is thirsty, for instance. The smallest act of giving or receiving makes you a true apprentice. You won’t lose out on a thing.”
    Matthew 10:40‭-‬42 MSG