The twelve apostles were sent by Jesus to receive these instructions, "Do not go to local people who are not Jewish. Do not also to the cities of the Samaritans.
But go to the people of Israel, especially to the lost sheep.
Go and proclaim: The Kingdom of Heaven is at hand.
Heal the sick; turn on those who died, cleanse lepers; drive out evil spirits. You have the codes for free, so give too freely.
Do not bring gold, silver, or copper coins.
Do not also carry the bag for alms, or two pieces of clothing for your trip, or shoes, or a stick. For people who work, it should be guaranteed their needs.
If you arrived at the town or village, look for one who would accept you. Stay with him until you leave again.
When you go into the house, say, 'May God bless you. "
If they deserved it, greetings that come down on it, if not, your greetings back to you.
If there is a house or town who would not accept you or do not want to hear you, leave the place and shake the dust from your feet.
Remember! On Judgement Day, the people of Sodom and Gomorrah would be more easily forgiven of God, rather than for that town."