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Commitment to follow Jesus
Transcript of Commitment to follow Jesus
sacrifice the Path is a process that Jesus calls discipleship Many Christians have entered the Gate, but very few of them are actually walking the Path. There they are, sitting just inside the Gate, rejoicing in a future hope, rejoicing in a future heaven, rejoicing in a future reward, but they don’t realize that being a disciple of Jesus does not simply mean praying a prayer or believing something or joining something. COME TO ME, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and LEARN FROM ME (Matthew 11:28) "I think I'm getting better" supporting concentrating on what adds value spotlighting what's working leading by example Improving stretches our commitment to an even higher level means a willingness to look for a better way and learn from the process It focuses on eliminating complacency, confronting what is not working "You can be committed to Church but not committed to Christ, but you cannot be committed to Christ and not committed to church" and commitment Commitment is most difficult and during tough times most readily proven "...a captain earns his reputation during the storms." NBA 2011 Session Game 2 when Dallas made one of the greatest come back in the championship history. Last 4 minutes – ballooned to 15 pts advantage.
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