A Sermon (#528) Preached By William “Bill” Touchton
Edited By Michael D. Lawson
Jesus’ ministry of discipling the disciples had come to an end. For three years he had poured himself into these men. He called them, taught, fed, protected them, prayed for them and loved them.
They were closer than his own brothers, and when everyone else deserted Him and went home, these 11 men remained faithful.
They were there when He turned water into wine, took the boy’s lunch and fed 5,000, when he raised Lazarus from the dead, walked on the sea, and calmed the raging sea.
They had gathered a lifetime of memories. Do you think they could have forgotten Him and what He had done?