VIDEO Turning Back or Walking with Jesus? – Pathology of False Disciples

Turning Back or Walking with Jesus?

Do you also want to go away? —John 6:67

What a penetrating question! Our Lord’s words often hit home for us when He speaks in the simplest way. In spite of the fact that we know who Jesus is, He asks, “Do you also want to go away?” We must continually maintain an adventurous attitude toward Him, despite any potential personal risk.

“From that time many of His disciples went back and walked with Him no more” (John 6:66). They turned back from walking with Jesus; not into sin, but away from Him. Many people today are pouring their lives out and working for Jesus Christ, but are not really walking with Him. One thing God constantly requires of us is a oneness with Jesus Christ. After being set apart through sanctification, we should discipline our lives spiritually to maintain this intimate oneness. When God gives you a clear determination of His will for you, all your striving to maintain that relationship by some particular method is completely unnecessary. All that is required is to live a natural life of absolute dependence on Jesus Christ. Never try to live your life with God in any other way than His way. And His way means absolute devotion to Him. Showing no concern for the uncertainties that lie ahead is the secret of walking with Jesus.

Peter saw in Jesus only someone who could minister salvation to him and to the world. But our Lord wants us to be fellow laborers with Him.

In John 6:70 Jesus lovingly reminded Peter that he was chosen to go with Him. And each of us must answer this question for ourselves and no one else: “Do you also want to go away?”

WISDOM FROM OSWALD CHAMBERS

The emphasis to-day is placed on the furtherance of an organization; the note is, “We must keep this thing going.” If we are in God’s order the thing will go; if we are not in His order, it won’t. Conformed to His Image, 357 R


The Pathology of False Disciples, Part 3 (John 6:60-71)

4 thoughts on “VIDEO Turning Back or Walking with Jesus? – Pathology of False Disciples

  1. I would love to share with you the story of a young man who got sick spent 2 weeks in the hospital, when he got out said to himself that he need to find this Jesus, this healer, he got himself a bible read, read and read it over and over, he ask the priest so many questions that he couldn’t answer, finally he got home, then married a young lady (now the great love of his life) but it was slow for him, finally he meet this man Fred Johnson that lead him to accept the Christ as his Savior, now when he read he understood, he did study after study, never was decipled, He read commentary after commentary….. Finally there was new changes to his world, his preacher needed another wife (a deacons wife) a new preacher came strange things started to happen,,,, Mr Preacher needed to set this young man straight, so he accused him of doing wrong to people………. when asked what he did ad who he did it too so he could make it right mr preacher decided to change his tactics he accused the young man of being bitter heb 12;15 called him esaw, the young man found he could no longer continue with Christianity for it was and is filled with lies and deception. he still longs for the Christ, but the word of the King is continually twisted.

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