When Jesus entered Jerusalem, the whole city was stirred and asked, “Who is this?”
When reading the Gospels, it is easy to conclude that Jesus was a good or righteous man.
He asked His disciples the question: “Who do people say that I am?”
At the end of the age, Jesus will bring all humanity to His throne of judgment.
There is nothing that can compare to having a relationship with the King of heaven.
It is our ministry to continue spreading the message of Jesus in our own spheres of influence.
A growing disciple listens to the voice of God.
Jesus often taught in parables.
Jesus did and said a lot of things that shocked the religious leaders of His day.
The religious leaders hated Jesus because He rebuked their hearts.
Another reason why the religious leaders hated Jesus was that He nullified their traditions.
Jesus dissented against the drawing of lines by the Pharisees.
Jesus was unlike any prophet that Israel ever had.
We have been entrusted with the great message of reconciliation.
As believers, we look forward to knowing and being with God long after this world has passed away.
As Jesus works in our hearts, He enables us to see people the way He sees them.
If He captures our hearts, the external changes will follow.
The main way Jesus’ disciples learned to do ministry was just by being with Jesus.