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Selecting a Disciple-Maker's Message
Religion and Theology
Pages 4 (1004 words)
Table of Contents: The Different Sources of A Disciple-maker’s message p. 1 - 2 Tradition Observation Participation Inspiration The Different Forms of A Disciple-maker’s message p. 2 Subject Matter Environment Life’s Experiences Communicator’s Life Reflection of Mitchell’s principles in relation to 1 Corinthians 2:6 p.
These are tradition, observation, participation, and inspiration (Servants of Grace, The Disciple-Maker’s Message). To further discuss these points that the author made, tradition was used to pertain to the teaching and doctrines God relayed to his disciples when he was still alive. This source is a basis of credibility that needs to be established by any evangelist to ensure that the message truly came from God and is not any person’s own understanding or interpretation of God’s word which is subject to error. Also, in being able to cite certain scriptures from the Bible that directly came from God’s word would mean the avoidance of false teachings or prophecies. Observation, the second source to which a disciple-maker should shape his or her message from is also very significant in such a way that one is able to know how to approach one’s audience. People who still do not have any knowledge of God’s word would take a spiritual message differently because of what they were taught, where they came from, what they are currently going through and etc. With this said, being able to shape an effective message that would open their hearts to God would entail knowing which among God’s promises in Bible to highlight. ...
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