The last half of the last verse in the Gospel of Matthew is “lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world”. It just said “go”, then “baptize”, then “teach”. Then it ends with “I will be with you”. Get out there, clean ‘em up and teach them, and I will be with you. What a way to end a book. Now then, Easter is past and “normal” time happens. What does it mean that Jesus is with us?
Dr. John M. Stephenson