Following Jesus:::When I Became a Man, I Put Away Childish Things

The more you follow Jesus, the more you learn how to produce Kingdom fruit that remains. If we are in Him, we should be able to make disciples that don’t fall away from the faith into apostasy and sin. Even Jesus himself lost one (Judas), but overall His discipleship was effective.

If you grow up in traditional churchianity, a lot of this has to be learned by trial and error.

When you see that what you’re doing isn’t producing what you see in the Scriptures, you then have a decision to make:

Will I keep doing the same thing, or will I find out how Jesus did it, and do that instead?

Many people go thru the same trials and errors; but still learn absolutely nothing and don’t change at all.

What makes the difference? Two things: Love of the Truth instead of the love of money; and the Fear of God instead of the fear of man. Those two things are what really helps you to follow Jesus.

– I had to move from Christian hip hop & Churchy entertainment to discipleship & prayer.

– I had to move from moguling and fashion promoting to family order and assembly order.

– I had to move from performing and merchandising to keeping the Commandments of God and the faith of Jesus.

– I had to move from apologetic arguing and debating to preaching, teaching, healing, and casting out devils.

– I had to move from earthly politics and branding movements to building up my treasure in the New City of Jerusalem.

– I had to go from the ignorance and the fake freedom of rebellion to being blown away by the wisdom and true freedom that comes from God’s Laws.

Why? Because when you get tired of rotten fruit, you are forced to either grow up, or keep eating rotten fruit. It’s not easy, but I choose Kingdom growth!

1 Corinthians 13:11
WHEN I WAS A CHILD, I SPAKE as a child, I UNDERSTOOD as a child, I THOUGHT as a child: but when I BECAME A MAN, I PUT AWAY CHILDISH THINGS.

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