More than the “big picture” in discipleship

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Remembering His grace should not only reminds us of where He took us from, but also of where He is taking us to. When factored into our daily life and our discipleship efforts, eternity provides the right perspective for a healthy and real assessment of oneself and others. That’s the real “big picture” we must consider in discipleship.


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The three components of discipleship in cultural diversity.

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Are you inclined to make disciples in a culturally diverse setting? Maybe it’s at home, maybe it’s at the ends of the earth, or maybe it’s on your own neighborhood or place of work, where the nations have come to. If you have this desire burning in your heart, here you have a brief description of the three components of discipleship for such an environment.


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Discipleship and satisfaction – a brief commentary

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We can pursue disciple-making for many reasons that are not in line with Him. Making disciples among the nations can play into our own idolatry, feeding on our abilities, on our cultural preferences. How could we know if that is the case or not in our journey? Take a close look at the status of your heart. Is there satisfaction in there, because of His Beauty?

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Two clear indicators of spiritual transformation

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Often, as we strive to humbly follow God the Son, Jesus Christ, we find ourselves wondering if He is actually at work in us. We grow concerned  about how effective is God the Holy Spirit applying the benefits of His Beauty to our hearts. This is a topic worth of concern, and here you’ll find two indicators that will clearly point you to the answer.


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