RE Verse reading–Matthew 28:16-20 (day two) “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit” (vs 19) I borrow a title from John Lennon because I think he is psychologically correct. (His theology is a different story) Our failure as children of God is often at the point of imagination. We cannot (do not) conceive a world different or better and by this lapse we perpetuate the one we have. The days after the resurrection were “bright horizoned”. Having experienced what they never imagined, the Lord required the disciples to imagine something else. Not a kingdom that would belong to Israel, the Lord called them to consider a WORLD unified by a growing group of “learners”, a transnational, transcultural family, united in the Spirit, loving each other and serving others as they pressed toward a better world promised by God. This dream ignited a fire. Imagine!