Sunday Morning Sermon for 2/3/13

As much as I like the way the new site that hosts the sermons seems to work, and the fact that it is totally free; I am a little confused about trying to post the audio for the site here so you can listen to it directly.  The link below will give you the option to download the sermon directly and/or listen to it, but it will open a new window of some kind.  If that doesn’t suit you, try going to the site hosting the sermons and listening to it there (the most recent sermon I upload will always be at the top of the list) by selecting the sermon for this date in the player.  Alternately, you can select the sermon for this date from the player window in the sidebar at the top right hand side of the page and play it without leaving here that way.  Notes are posted below.

2/3/13 Sermon

What We Believe: Discipleship

Sermon notes 2/3/13

  1. Four Marks of a Disciple

    1. Memorize their teacher’s words – John 2:22; 15:20

    2. Learn the teacher’s traditions and interpretations– Luke 11:1

    3. Imitate their teacher’s actions – Luke 6:40

    4. To raise up disciples – Matthew 28:18-20

  2. Go and make disciples – Matthew 28:18-20

    1. To make disciples you must first be a disciple

    2. Immersion/Baptism – Luke 6:46-49

    3. No picking and choosing – Matthew 5:17-20

    4. All Disciples are Jesus’ Disciples – Matthew 23:8-12

  3. A Very Long Task – Matthew 28:20

    1. A New Birth – John 3:3, 1 Corinthians 3:1

    2. Faith like a child – 1 Corinthians 13:11

    3. Growing up – Ephesians 4:15-16

    4. A Spiritual Parent – 1 Corinthians 3:10-11, 1 Thessalonians 2:9-12

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