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Worship into the Week-
Matthew 4: 12-22
Jesus Begins His Ministry

John has been arrested 
and Jesus withdraws into Galilee.
He leaves Nazareth 
and goes to Capernaum.
The Sea of Galilee at Capernaum

He lives as a great light in the darkness.
He begins to preach-
"Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand."
He calls Peter and Andrew, the fishermen,
  to follow him.
They respond immediately.
He calls James and John. 
Immediately they left their boat and 
followed HIM.

Story started- without an introduction.
 What an ultimate life-changing 
event for a group of people.
The life before and the life after....
Lord, mend my ways to see you
 in the call of my daily life.
May I set aside my agenda 
and as the Spirit moves...
follow. 

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