Warriors & Wildmen, Would You Call Yourself a Disciple?

Written by Doug Giles on September 24, 2020

Discipleship in the first century was pretty black-and-white. If you throw in with Christ, you’ve openly marked yourself as an enemy to all the heathen systems, priorities, and mindsets. But what about today?

Are the disciples of today like the martyr Stephen, who will stand in a hostile crowd and speak the truth with such conviction, that pierces the hearts and consciences so sharply that they bludgeoned him to death with stones just to shut him up?

Or are they naval-gazing surrender monkeys who have been so completely swallowed by culture that they think they should get a participation trophy just for showing up to a Sunday service and listening to an hour of recycled platitudes?

We’ve been redeemed for more than running on that Christian-ish hamster wheel, folks.

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We were not called for a pussified existence.

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