“But the eleven disciples proceeded to Galilee, to the mountain which Jesus had designated” (Matthew 25:16).

In the journey of faith there is, perhaps, no more vital task than proceeding forward obediently; to continue forth, like Abraham, to a place of not knowing (Hebrews 11:8). As shocked, perplexed, and confused as they might have been at the resurrected appearance of the crucified Christ, the eleven disciples followed his directive to leave for Galilee (v.10), where he would, again, meet them. Only by continuing on faithfully, and not walking away in defeat, does clarity come to those things not previously understood.

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