Discipleship Wanted

Descipleship 101

A constitution of heaven is that we are rewarded for the effort we made, not what we have accomplished. For example of no one ever reads my writings on earth, it is regarded in heaven as read by everyone. If my discipleship never convert a single soul, I’m recognized as runner up to John the Baptist for my efforts. (That was a joke. Laugh a little. I will most likely be a comedian in the new age.) I heard someone say, better get in line. LOL, Ok! Calm down and have and hear this.

Christ did not coin the word discipleship. Disciple is not a word used in heaven, In heaven you are family and you are either in or out. Forgiveness is also not found in heaven. Those two words are earthly things that leads us back to heavenly things such as love and family. God is love and anyone connected is family.

So, the importance of going into all parts of the world, making disciples of all men is a very broad and personal challenge. Incorporating believer to His new and most recently given marching orders for this age. His work as the Christ is over and His position as our God in heaven has began. He is in Heaven preparing a place for believers, practicing the discipleship of all nations.

A nation is not a location that is converted to Christ. A nation is a man and his family converted to Love as the Jesus taught. So keep your nation’s identity. The simplicity of Christ is that love is the summery of His commandments, measured under the weights of our own personal cross. He never told us as believers to go and crucify all nations in His name after the sabbath. The broader view is that God scattered us into several nations at the tower of babble. Now He is back to gather us believers out of every nations.

18 Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”




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