All Nations

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Passage: Matthew 28:16-20
Series: This is My Story

Jesus sends his disciples out into the world – to “all nations” – in order to share what they have learned from him. The Greek phrase lacks the word “make,” which opens up the phrase to a variety of interpretations. But although the “how” is open to interpretation, the “what” is clear: followers of Jesus are not supposed to keep the Good News to themselves.


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