D. Eric Schansberg on Christ's Commandments & True Discipleship
"Go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them . . ." is the most famous part of our Lord's Great Commission (Matt. 28:19–20). But the phrase is often understood as evangelism, particularly of "unreached people groups." Or the "discipleship" is of a vague, tepid sort—based on church and small group attendance, some service and giving, staying out of trouble and being nice to one's neighbors.
What about the next phrase: "teaching them to obey everything I have comma . . .
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