A Disciple Is Someone Who Knows What Time It Is

Trevin Wax“You can’t obey Jesus’ command to go and make disciples if you don’t know what Jesus means by ‘disciple.’ And you won’t know what Jesus means by disciple unless you watch the the way He portrayed discipleship in His teaching, particularly in His parables.

What do we find when we examine the portrait of a disciple in Jesus’ parables? A consistent emphasis on the disciple’s need to do two things:

  1. Understand the current eschatological moment.
  2. Live accordingly.

In other words, discipleship is portrayed in terms of “wisdom,” and wisdom is defined by living in light of “what time it is.”

Take a look at some examples…”

Read the rest of Trevin Wax’s post here: “A Disciple Is Someone Who Knows What Time It Is”

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4 comments
  1. Steven Schnedler said:

    I am excited about this material, but I pastor a Spanish congregation and am wondering if there are any plans to translate your material (books and videos) into Spanish. It would be a huge blessing and I would be 95% sure to use it.

    Thanks, God bless, Steven

    • Steven,

      The Spanish version of the written material (in book form) should be available wherever books are sold. We will hopefully have the Spanish material in PDF form soon, and when it happens, we’ll post about it. Thanks for all you’re doing!

  2. Jason Miller said:

    This is the Truest form of what we are called to do!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wife and i are all in and are praying for the Lord to lead us to the ones he wants us to start discipling. Please pray that he will send us those He is chasing.

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