While Mark was not particularly religious, he wanted to be a good person. He tried. Repeatedly. But Mark knew he was never going to muster enough will power to keep the Ten Commandments. Then he heard, understood, and believed, “We’re saved by grace, not by keeping the law.” As a new disciple, Mark still thought becoming a good Christian was about following the rules. And he continued to fail. He asked his disciple maker, “I want to be a good Christian. What are the rules?”
If you were his disciple maker, how would you answer Mark? In this lesson Pat Morley will help you clarify your answer about the role of the law in the life of a disciple. You’ll be reminded that your goal as a disciple maker is to help men grow, not get them to obey.
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