Jesus didn’t need people to help him. He didn’t need twelve disciples.
Yet he chose them.
He could have been born, grown in stature and wisdom, taught, been put to death, raised from the grave, and returned to heaven without messing with twelve guys and their issues.
Jesus didn’t need to wrestle with things such as the tension from the men leaving their families, competing for status, arguing over who’s greatest, asking frustrating questions and an ultimate betrayal.
However, working through other leaders was God’s plan from the beginning.Read More