4 Misunderstandings About Following Jesus

Don't mistake converts with disciples. This 1-minute devotion debunks 4 common misunderstandings about following Jesus. #BibleLoveNotes #Bible

Christ's final instructions were to make disciples (Matthew 28:18-20).
Unfortunately, the modern Church is often better at making converts than disciples. 

Converts believe and commit to Christ. Disciples learn what Scripture teaches and become true followers of Jesus.

Without discipleship, we typically have one or all of these misunderstandings:

1. Misunderstandings about Jesus (2 Corinthians 11:4).

We create a Jesus in our image because we don't know what the Bible teaches about Him. 
See That's Not Jesus.

2. Misunderstanding about genuine faith (Hebrews 5:11-14).


We learn the basics and think that's all it takes to walk in faith.
See Solid Food Faith

3. Misunderstandings about culture (Romans 12:2).

We have no discernment and let our culture shape our faith instead of letting our faith impact our culture. 
See The Effects of Culture

4. Misunderstandings about sin (Romans 8:12-14

We follow the current trend to blame-shift our sins on environment, parents, or circumstances. 
See Still our Biggest Problem.

Why not pray through this list and ask God to reveal any misunderstandings you might have.

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Don't mistake converts with disciples. This 1-minute devotion debunks 4 common misunderstandings about following Jesus.


1 comment:

  1. I found this to be very useful in those times of when I need a reality check in reevaluating where I stand in my faith in God. Also, it helps to show the areas that I can better work on when it comes to living for God and not so much to solely live a life that caters to just myself.

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