But it did.
Miss Julie and I stood there and cried together because she mentioned the importance of giving and giving especially when you didn't have anything left to give and if somebody touched you with a feather you'd tip over or burst into tears or both. Matthew's account (chapters 8 & 9) of Jesus portrays it like he didn't even stop, because after he calms the storm and arrives at the other side of the region of Gadarenes, he casts out demons. And after Jesus arrived in a boat in his hometown, he healed a paralytic and "from there" he recruits Matthew, maybe it seems like he didn't stop because he didn't. And isn't it written there aren't enough volumes to contain everything that Jesus said and did in those three years? (John 21:25)
And here we are with a little to-do list of ten items that we just can't seem to get accomplished in just one day: but here's the important part: Jesus was saving lives, he was getting to know people, he was having dinner with his friends and he was praying--a lot. And so we may not get to those ten items, or even those three, but if we are sowing into a kingdom then there really is only one thing to do each day: