In our last Teaching Notes we looked at the specifics for developing right doctrine (orthodoxy) and right practice (orthopraxy).

In this edition we will look at the work of a disciple of Jesus Christ.

[These notes are from a seminar series taught more than 40 years ago. The notes are in outline form.]

The What

  • Matthew 28:19-20
  • Luke 4:18
  • 2 Corinthians 5:18

The Where

  • Mark 16:15

The When

  • Acts 2:46-47

The Why

  • Luke 24:46-48

The How

  • Acts 1:8

Let me share with you the potential of God’s program as found in Matthew 28:19-20. I am basing these figures on each disciple winning and discipling one person per year.

Year        Saved and Discipled

1               2

2              4

3              8

4             16

5             32

6             64

7             128

8             256

9              512

10           1,024

15           32,768

20          1,048,576

25          33,554,432

30          1,073,741,904

33           8,589,935,232   (more people than are currently alive on Earth)

[Thank you for reading these teaching notes from more than 40 years ago. My prayer is they will be a blessing to you and your ministry.]

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