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tree logoWhy does discipleship fail so often today?  Because we’ve lost the very core.  When “everyone” is a “disciple” it seems that no one is a disciple.

This is a passionate call to rise wholesale nfl jerseys up cheap nba jerseys and change the world today by being a follower of our Savior and Rabbi Jesus.  The Hebrew word for disciple is TALMID.  Talmidim (plural) followed a Rabbi.  Today, we are called to be 29-year-o talmidim and jerseys Jesus is our Rabbi.  If we are going to be just like our Rabbi, we must know our Rabbi.  Today, discipleship has often been reduced to showing up at a worship service and Bible class.

Will you get to know your Rabbi?  To know Him, we must begin by knowing what He’s already done. And then we can begin to discover what He’s doing now.

The ancient rabbis said that talmidim should follow their rabbi so closely that they become “covered in his dust.”  This is a call to know and follow Jesus. Follow Him.  Talk to Him.  Watch Him. wholesale mlb jerseys Know Him. cheap  Be like Him.  Cover yourself in His dust because you’ve followed Him so closely and want more badly than anything else in the world to be like Him.

And then…once we become talmidim ourselves, we can really begin to cheap jerseys rescue a watered down, 21st century idea of discipleship by making more talmidim.   But we can’t make what we have not already become.  Do you want to make disciples?  Then first you have to be a disciple.  Become talmidim.   Go make talmidim.  It’s the Rabbi’s way.

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  2. I’m loving this!! So awesome!! I can’t wait to see what amazing things God has in store for all of us!! This will be a great journey!

  3. “You don’t raise heroes, you raise sons. And if you treat them like sons, they’ll turn out to be heroes, even if it’s just in your own eyes.” Walter Marty Schirra, Jr. (March 12, 1923 – May 3, 2007)

    He was one of the original Mercury 7 astronauts chosen for the Project Mercury, America’s first effort to put humans in space. He was the only person to fly in all of America’s first three space programs (Mercury, Gemini and Apollo). He logged a total of 295 hours and 15 minutes in space.

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