Discipleship: True and False – Gospel in Life
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Discipleship: True and False

Tim Keller |  May 5, 1991

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Topics:
  • Discipleship and Spiritual Growth
Duration:
36:06
Scripture:
John 6:60-71
SKU:
RS 11-28

John 6:60–71

In John 6:60-71, Jesus talks about the importance of being deeply connected with Him, like eating His flesh and drinking His blood. This isn’t about real food or drink but about having a life-changing relationship with Him, which helps us understand ourselves, know God, and gain eternal life. Jesus also warns us about the danger of pretending to be a Christian – it’s worse than not believing at all. The passage also tells us about being a follower of Jesus and reminds us to think about why and at what cost we decide to follow Him.

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