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Walk with Jesus. Run in faith.

Today is God’s day. Like yesterday. And like tomorrow will be.

One Sabbath day... (Luke 6.1); On another Sabbath day... (Luke 6.6) — Is not every day, God's day? And so is not each day a day to do good and a day to save life? (Luke 6.9)

Why don’t we (each one of us) reach out and call a friend today? C’mon, there's already too many questions in this opening section. 

Just call. Go encourage another.

Ready? Let's jump in.
Luke chapters 6 and 7

Now think about this.

Everyone tried to touch him, because healing power went out from him, and he healed everyone. (Luke 6.19)

To be able to touch God! Does this not amaze you? Everyone tried to touch him. Some were able to. Everyone was healed.
Have you tried to reach out to God lately? Did He answer? What did He say?

Song Of The Day

And of course I still cannot escape this scene with the Roman officer (yet another who called out to Jesus).

"I have not seen faith like this in all of Israel." said Jesus.

He was talking about the faith of a Roman officer. Not one of His disciples. Not a religious leader. Not a scholar. Jesus said it of a Roman officer. An outsider to the faith. This man's faith was so unexpected that the account even says that Jesus was amazed.

The NLT renders Luke 7.35: But wisdom is shown to be right by the lives of those who follow it.

It’s already compelling like this. Read it in The Message translation: Opinion polls don't count for much, do they? The proof of the pudding is in the eating.

In His time, everyone had an opinion of Jesus. Even to this day people have an opinion or two about Him. The sad part of this equation is that most people just stay with their opinions. Not many go to Jesus to partake of what He offers. As He says: opinions don’t count for much.