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Discipleship and the call of God.

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Introduction

A02 James Murphy 11E As the apostles two thousand years ago showed the qualities of discipleship so do the people of today. Many people today still answer the call of God. Like Peter and Andrew they to give up all processions to follow Christ. They become Priests, Nuns or Monks. They live in small rooms and do not enjoy many luxuries. Any money thy receive goes straight to the community. ...read more.

Middle

This is much like the time Jesus sent out the apostles in twos to do each mission of God. Although many, like the rich man in Mark's gospel, can not accept the mission of God because they can't bring themselves to give up their processions to follow the Lord. Many people go to church and pray regularly thus giving God the praise that he richly deserves. By missionaries going over to far away countries to poor Africans they are helping others but are also spreading the word of God. ...read more.

Conclusion

We as disciples regularly show a quality of discipleship...Failure. We fail when bully, shout, ignore and do our best to make other peoples life hell. We fail when we steal and cheat and Do not go church because we other "important" things to. We much like the apostles who lost faith when there was a storm on the sea. We resemble Peter when he denied Jesus. But we do have our moments. When we pray to God we are showing thanks and respect. While the world has changed over the last two thousand years, the principles of discipleship have never changed. ...read more.

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