Matthew 10:12-13

Matthew 10:12-13
12 When you enter the home, give it your blessing. 13 If it turns out to be a worthy home, let your blessing stand; if it is not, take back the blessing.
Matthew 10:12-13

After Thought

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A worthy home was civil, courteous, hospitable and friendly. It was an environment that provided rest and refreshment to the weary traveler.
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~ Pastor Bob
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