Levi the tax collector was as much a Jewish social outcast as a leper—yet Jesus still called him to be His disciple. Drawing attention to its brevity and clarity, Alistair Begg examines Levi’s call and the immediate obedience that followed it. Jesus would then go on to share a table with sinners, a mark of identification with them. These events demonstrate Christianity’s uniqueness: instead of us reaching up to God, He reaches down and changes us.
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