Stan’s main takeaway for each day this past week.
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Monday, March 6 (Discipleship: Jesus said, “if;” does that mean a choice?) —Is being a disciple automatic for Christians, or are there choices involved. If there are choices, how are we doing?
Tuesday, March 7 (The apostles gave an accounting; it will be the same for us) — Jesus sent the apostles out. They came back and told Him what they had done. We will be asked what we have done. Are we ready to answer?
Wednesday, March 8 (Discipleship: Jesus said “anyone” — does that include “everyone”?) — If anyone can be a disciple, why aren’t all of us disciples?
Thursday, March 9 (Forgiving as we have been forgiven) — Forgiving others as we have been forgiven through the cross of Christ is a very high standard. How are we doing with that?
Friday, March 10 (Discipleship: More than just a wish?) — Wishing for something usually doesn’t make it happen. Is discipleship the same in that we have to make choices other than just wishing?