Dyscipleship

Dyscipleship

“Dyscipleship”

Matthew 9:35-38

1. Jesus’ solution for people’s needs: disciples

        a. The need for more, true disciples

        b. The need for discipleship

2. Our version of Jesus’ solution: Dyscipleship

3. Biblical understanding of Discipleship

        a. Discipleship is a relationship

        b. Discipleship is a process

        c. Discipleship has a clear goal

Discipleship is the process of becoming like Christ and helping others become like Christ.

  • Disciple is a noun: be a disciple
  • Disciple is a verb: make disciples

4. Making disciples starts with being a disciple

        a. Come to Jesus

                    repent, believe, follow

        b. Trained by Jesus

                    watching, learning, apprenticing

        c. Becoming like Jesus

                  developing a shepherd heart

                  seeing, feeling, loving, helping

LifeGroup Questions: Applying the Teaching to Your Life

  1. Read Matthew 9:36. Jesus summed up the crowds of people in his day with the words “harassed and helpless.”  What words would you use to describe the “crowds” today?
  2. What experience do you have with intentional discipleship? Have you ever been discipled by someone? Have you ever discipled someone? Share about it.
  3. Read Matthew 10:1. How would you feel if you were one of the disciples in that setting?
  4. Why don’t we see more of Matthew 10:1 ministry today? Should we?
  5. Of the 3 sub-points or categories of point 4, which best describes where you are at these days?
  6. Close your group by praying for each other based upon how each of you shared in question

Core CHRISTlike Characteristic: Relates with Other-Centered Love/Loving People

 

 

 

 

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