The Responsibility of Following Jesus

What if we saw Jesus in the mirror every time we looked? How would that change how we see ourselves?

Following Jesus is a responsibility. Not in the sense of being punished if we fail, but in that walking in the steps of Christ fills us with His grace-empowered-presence that gives us the ability to respond to everything that is less than Heaven’s best for our world in way that brings God’s Kingdom to greater manifestation here on earth.

Jesus has set us free to not only do what He did, but as the true heart of every servant-leader is to empower their followers to surpass them, He said “greater works than these will you do.

4 Comments

  1. craig lock
    May 24, 2018

    Hi Dylan

    Excellent post. I don’t quite know how I landed on your site see https://www.facebook.com/Uplift-Encourage-and-Inspire-479972392393133/
    (posted before I got a ‘like’ notification from WordPress , but looks like an inspiring ministry you have there , Dylan.

    All the best with your music and your ministry

    Blessings from the other side of the world

    craig.

    PS Thanks for the ‘like’. Would like to reblog and like this post on one of WordPress faith blogs

    Best wishes from the First City to see the light

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    1. Dylan Raines
      May 24, 2018

      Thank you, Craig. It’s an honor to connect with you. Yes feel free, to share this post wherever you’d like. Thank you!

      What are you currently focused on doing in life?

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  2. craig lock
    May 24, 2018

    Hi Dylan

    It’s a pleasure. To answer your question…Just writing books, posting on blogs, trying to touch as many lives as possible, then submitting to the Lord

    Blessings

    craig in “Sleepy Hollow”

    “I want to be a nobody for Jesus”
    words of my old friend, Lindsay

    https://theprophetandprayerwarrior.wordpress.com

    PPS
    Will put link on your article at
    https://whywefollowjesus.wordpress.com/

    (didn’t see reblog button)

    once I’ve finished posting, then caught up on emails

    PPS

    Best wishes from the First City to see the light

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