Disciple of Jesus Christ
We are called by the Lord Jesus to follow Him; to learn of
Him; to be His disciple. Central to our personal love
relationship with Jesus is being His disciple. If we abide in
Him and He in us, we will bear much fruit (John 15:5). If we
love Him we will obey Him (John 14:15). Jesus wants His
disciples to be like Him.
Jesus speaks to us by His Word as the Spirit gives us
understanding. The Lord has given us Genesis through Revelation.
We are transformed in our thoughts and understanding and in our
faith and behavior by learning the Word of God and trusting and
obeying, by His grace; by the sanctifying work of the Holy
Every issue of life ought to be faced by first asking, “What
does the Bible say?” Our priorities in life ought to be
according to Genesis through Revelation as applied through the
New Testament. Our personal relationship with Jesus, as His
disciple ought to be lived out in the context of being the
Church together, the Bride, His Body.
Articles about Being a Disciple of Jesus
Abide in the Vine
"To Be My Disciple"
Walking in the Spirit
A Bible Reading
I made a covenant with mine eyes; why then should I think upon a
maid? Job 31:1
A Wise Man & A Fool
For the "Great Leader"
can happen to us
Prayer of Jehoshaphat
"The Last Days"
Sierra Leone, West Africa
Christians & Civil
What does Romans 13 require?
How are some professing Christians
twisting Romans 13 to say things it does not say?
Do we have our greatest effect by being like the
world or different from the world?
Don't Walk as the
Who Are Our
Heroes? - Hebrews chapter 11
"But the LORD said unto Samuel, Look not on his countenance, or on the height of his stature; because I have refused him: for the LORD seeth not as man
for man looketh on the outward appearance, but the LORD looketh on the
heart." 1 Samuel 16:7
As followers of Jesus...
We are called
to take the hit
The cheap shot
My Jesus I Love Thee
I love Thee in life, I will love Thee in death, and praise Thee as
long as Thou lendeth me breath;
and say when the death-dew lies cold on my brow; if ever I loved
Thee, My Jesus ‘tis now.
Adoniram J. Gordon
Among the beloved Hymns sung at Belmont Terrace