9 comments on “Two for the Price of One

  1. ” the parties involved responded by building the Kingdom twice as fast, instead of just being pissed off and sulking.” Now why isn’t this in a creed somewhere? 🙂

  2. I like your take on this scripture. Have to admit, I’m often tempted to “fill in the blanks.” Nice to think of the two mission trips as complementary, rather than competing.

  3. Compromise is not always necessary When two men of strong character make up their minds, sometimes they just won’t yield. I doubt Paul and Barnabas were angry with each other, both of them could not be in charge. Yet both were use to leading. As you suggest, two leaders made one of the men redundant.

    • Yes, to put it quite bluntly, that was the case; rudundancy, which is also the whole point of discipleship, for by making new disciples, we tend to replace ourselves, and the Word goes forth more rapidly than we could have done on our pwn.; great comment!

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