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When Christ resurrected, He walked this earth and showed himself to over 500 people. Before his ascension, Jesus gave His followers the Great Commission. In Matthew 28:19-20, Jesus tells His disciples and all of us today, "Go and make disciples of all the nations..." As we grow in our relationship with the Lord, He wants to use us to make disciples, and He tells us how: "baptizing them", or evangelizing and getting them started with God, and "teaching them", God grows believers as they are taught by more mature believers. We have the privilege to pass the baton on to others; to the next generation, teaching others to understand and apply God's Word to their lives. Discipleship causes both the teacher and the student to grow in Christ. As Jesus also said in the Great Commission: "Lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age." Seeking the Lord, learning the Bible, and walking with God draws us near to Him, His presence, and His work in our lives. How wonderful the Lord laid out how to disciple others, for us, in His Word.
In this episode Pastor Jeff talks about the importance of passing on the truth to the next generation through discipleship and teaching the Word of truth.
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