Oh to be Discipled or Not by Duane Bemis

Oh to be Discipled or Not
Duane Bemis
John 10:10; John 14:12; Matthew 28:18-21; 2 Kings 2; Ephesians 3:20-21

I began my walk and my relationship with the Lord July of 1981 and I am utterly amazed at the road He has taken me on. This narrow road of obedience to Jesus' voice has been beyond anything imaginable.

This message of the King came to me as I have seen over and over the many Christian leaders who do not desire that their disciples reach a higher status then they are. I have been held back by some of these Christian leaders myself and it is not a Biblical place to be. But then there has been other Christian Leaders that want God's best for me and my house. Within the pages of this sermon you will see what the Word of God has to say about a true leader's focus needs to be.

Let us begin this scriptural journey with a prayer that calls forth the heart of our Lord that we all would be one as the triune God is one. Let us look up into the Father's face as we unite together, "Father God Almighty the one true God of Jacob, Isaac, and me. Open my ears to hear and the heart of the reader to discover Your heart's desires for us. Open our hearts, our minds, and our souls to receive Your message to walk like You and in even a greater measure. O LORD, we are desperate for a touch from You. Lace Your Holy Spirit into these common words and direct every pen stroke to bring truth to the surface. Let a spirit of unity fall upon Your churches and let the world see that You indwell ordinary people from the inside and You help them to walk daily in victory. Yes, LORD, be glorified upon the pages of this sermon. Amen and amen!!!.

Now, are you ready to read, pray, and find the true heart of the Lord? Anyone that I disciple knows this verse by heart. They learn to hide God's Word in their hearts so that they will not sin (Psalm 119:9-11). We are now ready to embark upon words that are found in our Bibles. Jesus discipled His crew, his bossy, or his antitragi for ab ...


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