Jesus Said What Is That To You

John 21:22 Jesus answered, “If I want him to remain until I return, what is that to you? You follow Me!”

New International Version (New International Version) “What do you think it is to me if I wish him to remain alive until I return?” Jesus asked in response. “I expect you to follow me.” New Living Translation (New Living Translation) “What do you think it is to me if I wish him to remain alive until I return?” Jesus asked in response. “As for you, just keep following me.” Version standardized in English “What does it matter to you if it is my wish that he remain until I come?” Jesus inquired of the man.

“You’re following Me!” The Literal Bible of the Bereans Jesus responds to him by saying, “What do you think I should do if I want him to stay until I arrive?

New The King James Version (KJV) is a translation of the King James Bible.

“I’ll lead the way; you follow.” The New American Standard Bible is a translation of the New Testament into English.

  • “You’re following Me!” NASB (National Association of School Boards) 1995 “What do you think it is to me if I want him to stay until I come?” Jesus inquired of him.
  • “You’re following Me!” The Bible with an amplification system “If I want him to live until I arrive, what do you think that is to you?” Jesus remarked to the man.
  • What is it to you that I want him to stay until I come?” Jesus said.
  • “As for you, just keep following me.” Holman The Christian Standard Bible is a translation of the Bible in the Christian tradition.
  • “What is it to you?” Jesus responded.
  • Jesus responds to him by saying, “If I want that he remain until I return, what is that to thee?” Follow in my footsteps.
  • You are required to follow me.” The Bible of Douay-Rheims When he asks what Jesus wants him to do, Jesus replies, “I will have him remain until I arrive.” Follow in my footsteps.

Keep up with me!” The International Standard Version (ISO) is a formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized formalized He was instructed by Jesus, “If it is my intention for him to remain until I return, what is your reaction to this?

  1. You have to continue to follow me!” Standard Version in its literal sense “What do you want him to do if I want him to stay until I come?” Jesus asks him.
  2. The New American Bible is a translation of the New Testament into English.
  3. “I want you to follow me.” NET Bible is an abbreviation for Networked Information Technology.
  4. What is your concern?
  5. “Follow me!” I say.
  6. Jesus responded to him by saying, “What do you think it is worth to me if I ask him to remain until I arrive?
  7. You’re on my team.” Young’s Literal Translation of the Text ‘If he is willing to remain with me until I arrive, what – to thee?’ says Jesus to him.

As a result, this message was sent out to the brethren to ensure that the disciple did not perish.

Context Jesus and the Beloved Apostle were together.

22 “If I want him to remain until I return, what is that to you?” Jesus responded.

However, Jesus did not state that he would not die, but rather, “If I wish him to remain until I return, what is that to you?” Jesus did not promise that he would not die.

Matthew 16:27 (KJV) Because the Son of Man will appear in the splendor of His Father, accompanied by His angels, and He will then recompense each person according to what he has done.

In the midst of saying this, He urged him, “Follow Me.” John 21:21 (KJV) He questioned, “Lord, what about him?” after seeing him for the first time.

As a result of his efforts, he will bring to light what has been kept in darkness and will reveal the intentions of men’s hearts.

The Scriptures are a treasure trove.

Jesus responded.

If.

Matthew 24:3, 27, and 44 (KJV) In the meantime, when he sat on the Mount of Olives, the disciples approached him privately and said, “Tell us, when will these things take place?” What will be the sign of thy arrival, as well as the indication of the end of the world?.

And when he has finished speaking, he says to him, “Follow me.” (22)What is it to thee if I request that he remain till I arrive?

While passionate, honest, and loving now, as in all of the other events of St.

“Follow Me,” the meaning of which he has not forgotten, may well have prompted him to consider what route he should take, and the truth may well have sunk into the recesses of his mind, where it can germinate and manifest itself in principle and action over time.

He is told to follow, yet he is prepared to take the initiative.

The fact that the Father is the husbandman, and that He is the one who trains every branch of the vine, is revealed to him and to everyone.

The term “tarry” is the same as the word “abide,” which we have already used for this purpose (seeJohn 12:34, and comp.Philippians 1:25and1Corinthians 15:6).

The statement “If I will that he wait until I arrive” is one of those whose meaning cannot be determined with confidence, and to which, as a result, every variation of meaning has been assigned in order to accommodate this uncertainty.

(See, for example, the Notes on Matthew 16:28 and Matthew 24; and, in this Gospel, the Note on John 14:3.) The interpretation that has received the most support is that the “coming of the Lord” refers to the destruction of Jerusalem, which St.

However, the context appears to rule out this interpretation, because the error in John 21:23would almost certainly have been corrected by a reference to the fact that St.

“If I will,” “If it even be that I will,” and this both gives the exact meaning of the Greek and corresponds with the remainder of our Lord’s response, according to the interpretation that the next verse itself suggests.

Peter to consider his own long-term plans.

If our Lord had informed him that St.

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Greek JesusἸησoῦς(Iēsous) Noun – Nominative Masculine Form of Noun Singular Strong’s number 2424: Jesus, the name of our Lord, and two other Israelites are descended from the Hebrew language.

The condition “If(Ean)ConjunctionStrong’s 1437:If.” From the prepositions ei and an; a conditional particle; in the event that, supplied, and so on.

The verb in the present subjunctive active tense in the first person SingularStrong’s 2309:to will, wish, desire, be willing, intend, design, and to intend, design himαὐτὸν(auton) A personal or possessive pronoun that is accusative in nature.

The reflexive pronoun self, which is used in the third person as well as the other persons, is derived from the particle au.

To remain till (he is) finished is a fundamental verb.

It is most likely emphatic of tis; an interrogative pronoun, such as who, which, or what; and a question mark.

Towards you?

Thou is the person pronoun of the second person singular, as in Strong’s 4771: you.

SingularStrong’s 4771 is in the 2nd person: you.

followἀκολούθει(akolouthei) Verb – Imperative in the Present Tense SingularStrong’s 190 is Active – 2nd Person Singular: To accompany, to attend, to follow is a formal term.

to accompany, is the correct expression.

”μοι(moi) Dative Pronoun – Personal / Possessive Pronoun Strong’s 1473:I, the first-person pronoun, is the first-person singular.

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What Is That to You? You Follow Me!

After his ascension to the right hand of the Father, Jesus questioned Peter three times whether he loved him. “Yes,” he responded three times. Then Jesus revealed to Peter how he would die, which appears to have been through crucifixion. Peter was a little concerned about how things would turn out with John. As a result, he inquired of Jesus, “What about this man?” In response to the inquiry, Jesus stated, “What does that mean to you?” “I want you to follow me!” Here’s the complete transcript of the conversation.

  • (He said that he was doing this to demonstrate what sort of death he was willing to die in order to praise God.) He then told him to “Follow me” once he had finished speaking.
  • When Peter saw him, he asked Jesus, “Lord, what about this man?” Jesus replied, “What about this man?” “What does it matter to you if it is my wish that he remain until I come?” Jesus inquired of the man.
  • They are freeing themselves from the gloomy shackles of fatal contrasting.
  • I don’t drink nearly as much as I did twenty-five years ago.
  • How to prosper in ministry has been explained to me in book after book, at conference after conference, and on DVD after DVD.
  • Worship may be more effective.
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This is how you should go about it.

As a result, Jesus’ direct response to me (and to you) was refreshing: “What is it to you?

You will die—and it will be painful.

What about John, do you know?

If my ministry comes to an end in this manner, would his ministry come to an end in the same manner?

The way we sinners are wired is just like this: Compare.

Compare.

If we can simply locate someone who is less effective than we are, we will experience some sort of high.

Ouch. “To love is to cease comparing,” wrote my Resident Assistant in Elliot Hall during my senior year at Wheaton, and it has stayed with me to this day. What exactly does that mean to you, Piper? Please follow me.

  • What do you think it is about David Wells that gives him such a thorough understanding of the widespread consequences of postmodernism? Do you see why Voddie Baucham delivers the gospel so strongly without the need of notes, if you do follow me? Following up, what do you make of Tim Keller’s ability to perceive the gospel’s ties to his professional life so clearly? You’re following me
  • What is it about Mark Driscoll that makes you think he has the language and stupidity of popculture at his fingertips? You understand what I’m saying
  • What does it mean to you that Don Carson reads five hundred books a year and combinespastoral intuition with the depth and comprehensiveness of a scholar? You’re following me

It brought me immense delight when I heard that word. Jesus will not judge me due to my position of superiority or inferiority in relation to anybody else. There will be no preacher. There is no church. There is no ministry. These aren’t the norm in the industry. Jesus has a task that he must do (and a different one for you). It is not something that he has delegated to anybody else. It is possible to do it with elegance. Will I put my faith in him for that grace and carry out the task he has given me?

Oh, the freedom that comes when Jesus is stern with us!

“I want you to follow me!” Learning to walk with you in freedom is an ongoing process.

John 21:22 – Bible Gateway

New International Version (New International Version) (NIV) What is it to thee if I command him to remain until I arrive?” Jesus inquired. “Follow Me, and I will follow thee.” Jesus responds to him by saying, “If I want that he remain until I return, what is that to thee?” Follow in my footsteps. “If I want him to live until I arrive, what do you think that is to you?” Jesus remarked to the man. “You’re following Me!” Jesus asked him, “What do you think it is worth to you if I want him to stay (survive, live) until I come?” You are following Me!

  • What is it to you that I want him to stay until I come?” Jesus said.
  • “As for you, just keep following me.” As Jesus said, “What difference does it make to you if I wish him to remain until I come?
  • “You, please follow me!” “What does it matter to you if I want him to live until I come back?” Jesus responded.
  • “What do you think I should ask him to do if I want him to stay until I come?” Jesus asks.
  • “Perhaps I want him to survive until I arrive,” Jesus said in response.
  • “I want you to follow me!” “If I want him to stay till I arrive,” I say.
  • “I want you to follow me.” “What does it matter to you if it is my wish that he remain until I come?” Jesus inquired of the man.

“I want you to follow me!” It is not your concern whether I want him to survive until I return.” Jesus said, “It is not your concern if I want him to live till I return.” “I want you to follow me.” Asked what he had to offer in exchange for staying until I arrived, Jesus said, “What is it to thee?” Follow in my footsteps.

  1. “Follow me!” I say.
  2. “Follow me!” I say.
  3. “What is it to you?” Jesus responded.
  4. ” To be honest, that shouldn’t be a consideration for you.
  5. “You must continue to follow me!” When Jesus returned, he said, “If it is my will for him to remain until I arrive, is that your concern, Simon Peter?” “I expect you to follow me.” What is that to thee, if I desire that he wait until I come?
  6. “What is that to thee?” Follow in my footsteps.
  7. Jesus responds to him by saying, “If I want that he remain until I return, what is that to thee?” Follow in my footsteps.
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“I want you to follow me!” “What do you think it is to me if I wish him to live until I return?” Jesus responded.

“You must follow me.” This is how the rumor spread among the brethren that this disciple would not perish in battle.

His response was simple: “What’s it to you if I want him to survive till I come back?” he asked.

“Come with Me!” “If I should want for him to survive until I return, what does it matter to you if he does?” Jesus responded.

“Follow me!” I say.

“I want you to follow me.” “If I want him to stay until I come, what do you think that means to you?” Jesus inquired.

“You’re following Me!” As Jesus responded, “If it should be my will that he should remain until I come, what does it matter to you?” he asked.

“If I want him to live until I come back, that is not your concern,” Jesus responded.

“I want you to follow me!” “Suppose I want him to remain alive until I return,” Jesus explained.

“I expect you to follow me.” “What do you think it is to me if I wish him to remain alive until I return?” Jesus asked in response.

‘You must follow me,’ I say.

“I’ll lead the way; you follow.” “What do you think it is to me if I ask this one to wait until I come?” Jesus inquired.

“As for you, just keep following me.” Jesus responded by saying, “If I desire him to remain until I come, what do you think that is to you?” Please follow me.

“Follow me!” I say.

‘Follow me!’ I say.

‘Follow me!’ I say.

“Follow me!” I say.

‘You must follow me at all costs!’ He tells him, “If I want him to stay until I arrive, what do you think that is worth to you?” You’re supposed to follow Me.

“I’ll lead the way; you follow.” “What does it matter to you if it is my wish that he remain until I come?” Jesus inquired of the man.

“What does it matter to you if it is my wish that he remain until I come?” Jesus inquired of the man.

“What do you think it is to me if I want him to stay until I come?” Yeshua inquired of him.

You are following Me!

“I want you to follow me.” ‘What does it matter to you if I ask him to hold off until I arrive?’ Jesus responded to him.

‘If he is willing to remain with me until I arrive, what – to thee?’ says Jesus to him.

As a result, this message was sent out to the brethren to ensure that the disciple did not perish.

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What Is That To You? You Follow Me! – Daily Bible Verse Blog

a new International Version has been published (NIV) “What is it to thee, if I will that he tarry until I come?” Jesus asked. Do as I command, and I will do for you.” “What is that to thee?” Jesus inquires of him, saying, “If I desire that he remain until I come.” Continue to walk in my footsteps. “If I want him to live until I come, what do you think that is to you?” Jesus asked him. Following Me is your responsibility! Jesus responded by saying, “What do you think it is worth to you if I want him to stay (survive, live) until I come?” What do you think I’m doing here?

  1. “What does it matter to you if I want him to stay until I return?” Jesus asked.
  2. Take my lead, and don’t look back!” “What does it matter to you if I want him to live until I return?” Jesus responded.
  3. “What do you think I should ask him to do if I want him to stay until I come?” says Jesus.
  4. Consequently, I will have him remain until I come; what is it to thee?
  5. Continue to walk in my footsteps.
  6. Neither of these things should concern you.
  7. Keep up with me,” says the leader.

“Follow my lead, you fool!” “What does it matter to you if it is my will that he remain until I come?” Jesus replied.

” Keep up with me,” says the leader.

Jesus inquired from him.

In response to Peter’s question, Jesus said, “How does it concern you if I want him to live until I come back?” “I’ll lead the way!” In response, Jesus said, “What do you think it is for me to wish him to live until I come?

In terms of your own actions, you must follow Me.” ‘Perhaps I wish for him to live until my return,’ Jesus responded.

“Follow my lead, you fool!” In response, Jesus said, “How does it concern you if it is my will for him to remain until I return?” It’s imperative that you continue to follow me!

‘You must adhere to my instructions.” What is it to thee, if I will that he tarry until I come?

“What is it to thee?” Continue to walk in my footsteps.

Jesus responds.

“What is that to thee?” Jesus inquires of him, saying, “If I desire that he remain until I come.” Continue to walk in my footsteps.

“Follow my lead, you fool!” In response, Jesus said, “What do you think it is that I want him to live until I return?

In response, Jesus said, “What do you think it means to me for him to live until I come back?

In fact, that’s the exact opposite of what Jesus stated.

Keep Up with Me!” “If I should wish for him to live until I return, what does it matter to you if he does?” Jesus replied.

“I’ll lead the way!” “What if I want him to stay until I come?” Jesus inquired of the man.

Keep up with me,” says the leader.

Following Me is your responsibility!

Following Me is your responsibility!

Keep up with me,” says the leader.

“Follow my lead, you fool!” ‘Suppose I want him to be alive and well until I return,’ Jesus explained.

‘You must adhere to my instructions.” In response, Jesus said, “What do you think it is that I want him to be alive until I return?

Follow me, you have no other choice.

“I’ll lead you.” Then Jesus asked, “What do you think it is that I want this one to wait until I arrive?” “I’ll lead you.” As a response, Jesus said, “What do you think it is for me to want him to live until I return?

“What does it matter to you if it is my will that he remain until I come?” Jesus replied.

Keep up with me!’ he exclaimed.’ ‘If it is my will that he remain until I come, what does that make you?’ Jesus responded.

“I’ll lead the way!” The Lord responded, “If it is my intention that he should remain here until I return, what does that have to do with you?” Follow me, you have no other choice!

“I’ll lead the way!” “What does it matter to you if it is my will that he remain until I come?” Jesus replied.

Following Me is your responsibility!

What do you think I’m doing here?

‘What does it matter to you if I ask him to hold off until I arrive?’ Jesus replied.

So I will that he dwell until I come, and what do you want me to say to you?

‘If he is willing to remain with me until I come, what – to thee?’ says Jesus in response to his question.

In order to ensure that that disciple did not perish, this word was sent out to the congregation.

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What does Jesus mean in Matthew 26:64 with “You have said so”?

The New International Version (NIV) (NIV) “What is it to thee, if I command him to remain until I come?” Jesus inquired. “Follow in My footsteps.” What is that to thee, if I desire that he remain until I come? Jesus responds. Follow me, if you will. “What do you think it is that I want him to stay alive until I come?” Jesus asked him. “You must follow Me!” What do you think it is worth to you if I want him to stay (survive, live) until I come? You’re following Me! What is that to thee, if I desire that he remain until I come?

  • Follow me, if you will.
  • “As for you, just follow me,” I said.
  • “You have to follow me.” “What do you think it is to me if I want him to stay on until I come?” Yeshua asked.
  • “You have to follow me.” Jesus responds to him by saying, If it is my will that he abide until I come, what do you want me to do for thee?
  • “What do you want him to do if I want him to stay until I come?” Jesus asks.
  • Follow me, if you will.
  • That shouldn’t make a difference to you.

“What does that mean to you?” Jesus inquired.

“You’re going to follow me!” “What does it matter to you if it is my will that he remain until I come?” Jesus asked.

“I’m going to lead the way.” What is it to thee, if I will that he tarry until I come?

Follow me, if you will.

“Follow me!” I exclaimed.

“Follow me!” I exclaimed.

“As for you, follow Me,” says the Lord.

That shouldn’t matter to you in any way.

You must continue to follow me!” “Is it your business, Peter, if it is my wish for him to remain until I return?” Jesus inquired.

Jesus replied.

What is it to thee, if I command him to remain until I come?

Follow me, if you will.

Jesus responds.

“What do you think it is to you if I want him to stay until I come?” Jesus asked.

“You’re going to follow me.” “What do you think it is to me if I want him to live until I come back?” Jesus asked.

That, however, was not what Jesus said.

“What does it matter to you if it is My will that he remain until I come?” Jesus asked.

“I’m going to make you follow me!” “How does it concern you that I want him to live until I come again?” Yeshua said to Peter.

“What if I want him to stay until I come?” Jesus inquired of him.

“I’m going to lead the way.” “If I want him to stay until I arrive, what do you think that means to you?” Jesus asked.

“You must follow Me!” “How does it concern you if it should be my will that he remain until I come?” Jesus responded.

“If I want him to live until I return, that is not your concern,” Jesus replied.

“You’re going to follow me!” “Suppose I want him to be alive until I return,” Jesus explained.

“You have to follow me.” “What do you think it is to me if I want him to remain alive until I return?” Jesus inquired.

You are required to follow me.’ “If it is my will that he remain until I come, what is that to you?” Jesus asked.

“You must follow Me.” “What do you think it is to me if I want him to remain alive until I return?” Jesus asked.

What does it matter to you if I want him to stay until I come?

Keep up with me.

“Follow me!” I exclaimed.

‘Follow me,’ I say.

‘Follow me,’ I say.

“Follow me!” I exclaimed.

“What do you think it is to me if I want him to stay until I come?” Jesus asked.

“Follow me!” I exclaimed.

“Follow me!” I exclaimed.

“You must follow Me!” Jesus: What difference will it make to you if I choose to have him stay until I return?

“What do you think it is to me if I want him to stay until I come?” Jesus asked.

Come with me and follow me,’ I want you to do.

Follow me, if you will.

‘Follow me,’ I say.

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Jesus said, “I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life”

“I am the way, the truth, and the life,” Jesus says. “There is no other way to the Father but through me” (John 14:6). Christians are frequently chastised for stating that Jesus is the only way to reach God via faith. Because there are billions of non-Christians in the globe, this isn’t surprising. Is it really true that we are so narrow-minded and bigoted that we believe these individuals would be denied entry into paradise just because they were born in the wrong nation or were taught the wrong religion?

  • I don’t understand how this differs from other forms of spiritual racism.
  • 5 Those who object to such proposals have a valid argument.
  • One individual cannot have a monopoly on truth or proclaim his “way” to be the sole road to God, because neither of these things are possible.
  • There is only one God, and he took on the form of a man in the person of Jesus Christ to reveal himself to us.
  • If there is only one God, or if there are many, and whether there are numerous ways to know him or just one, an infinite creature may state with confidence that there is only one God.
  • He does not claim to be able to provide life; rather, he asserts that he is the source of all life.
  • This allegation was made by Jesus earlier in John’s gospel to the Jewish people who had come to hear him speak.

They worshiped the God revealed in the same Bible that Jesus read, and they were zealous in their pursuit of obedience to his laws and regulations.

Afterwards, Jesus informed the same group of people, “If you do not accept that I am he, you will indeed die in your sins” (John 8:24).

Wallace’s fame expanded tremendously as the number of victories he achieved increased.

.he claims that he is the only Way.

“Hello, my name is William Wallace.” A sceptical warrior, on the other hand, screamed, “William Wallace is seven feet tall!” “Yes, I’m aware of what you’re saying,” Wallace responded.

As well as fireballs from his eyes and bolts of lightning, if he were here, he’d engulf the English with his gaze” (laughter from the soldiers).

A large army of my countrymen is standing up against oppression, and I am heartened by this.

There was no other William Wallace in existence.

A similar situation occurred when the people of Israel read about God in their Scriptures, but now he had appeared to them personally.

On the same evening in which Jesus said, “No one comes to the Father except through me,” he also stated, “If you truly know me, you will also know my Father.” From this point forward, you are aware of him and have seen him” (4:6–71).

In response, Jesus said, “Don’t you know who I am, Philip, even after all this time that I have been among you?” Anyone who has seen me has also seen the Father, and vice versa.

(Voices 8–9) Neither was Jesus demonstrating arrogance, nor was he in the process of encouraging “spiritual racism.” He only expressed the obvious fact.

As Jesus roamed on planet, he demonstrated what he is genuinely like and provided us with the chance to come to know him personally.

“I am the way, the truth, and the life,” Jesus declares emphatically to us.

“There is no other way to the Father but through me.” Consider this:Jesus claims to be the Way. He’s saying that he’s the only way to do things. Following Jesus may necessitate the renunciation of other interests. How much of yourself would you have to give up in order to follow Jesus?5

Jesus Said “Follow Me”

My hubby and I just went hiking at a new state park. We walked around 8 kilometers, which is quite a distance for us. Even with snack breaks and a leisurely lunch by a lovely, rippling stream, we were exhausted by the time we reached the end. Because of his terrible knees and my bad back, one of us would occasionally fall behind. For a period of time, I was in the lead, and I checked behind me every few minutes to make sure he was still there and following me. What I was wondering is if that is how Jesus sees us.

Is it possible that we’ve strayed from the path?

In return for accepting His offer to follow Him, what does Jesus expect of people who do so?

Follow Me Bible Verse

In the Gospels, Jesus says “follow me” a total of thirteen times. “As Jesus was strolling along the shore of the Sea of Galilee, he came across two brothers, Simon named Peter and his brother Andrew. He called them both disciples, and they accepted his invitation.” They were fishing, so they were tossing a net into the lake to catch some fish. ‘Come, follow me,’ Jesus invited them, and he promised to make them fishers of men. They immediately abandoned their nets and followed him.” Matthew 4:18-20 (New International Version).

With their father Zebedee at the helm, they were out on the water preparing their nets.

Jesus addressed Matthew, the tax collector, in a same manner: “As Jesus continued his journey, he came across a guy named Matthew who was seated in the tax collector’s booth.

What Did Jesus Mean When He Said Follow Me?

Jesus was urging on these guys to leave their jobs as soon as possible and to physically and spiritually commit themselves to him. A Rabbi—a teacher —Jesus asked them to accompany Him on His journeys and study from Him because He considered them to be a privilege. A rabbinical student who performed very well would never have left school to work in a trade like as fishing or as a tax collector. As a result, these guys were able to continue their spiritual education with the Messiah himself! It didn’t matter if they weren’t really clear what that meant.) When Andrew first encountered Jesus, he spent the entire day with Him before returning home to inform his brother, “We have discovered the Messiah!” John 1:41 New International Version All of these guys quit their employment at the same time, as well as their previous lifestyles.

They didn’t bombard Jesus with questions or dither indecisively about what to do. They were “all in” to follow their Teacher and Messiah and to commit to His lifestyle and purpose, and they had no reservations about doing so.

Matthew Follows Jesus

Matthew was a Jew who worked for the Roman Empire as a tax collector. Because tax collectors were paid on commission, it was a very profitable business. Many of them overpaid, and the Jews despised them for it. Because of their intimate association with the Romans, the religious authorities regarded tax collectors as “unclean” individuals. If anybody had the most to lose by following Jesus, it was Matthew. It was impossible for him to return to tax collection once he had left. However, for someone who had spent his whole life feeling hated, hearing Jesus’ call to follow him must have been a great experience!

In any case, when Matthew was summoned, he didn’t dither.

My Sheep Hear My Voice and They Follow Me

In response to the Jews’ request for proof that Jesus was the Christ, part of Jesus’ response was, “My sheep listen to my voice; I recognize them, and they follow me.” John 10:27 (New International Version). Shepherds care for their prized flock with a protective and self-sacrificial attitude for their animals’ lives. They spend their nights with them, feed them, and protect them from predators. Several distinct flocks have spent the night in the same enclosure on numerous occasions. When the shepherd was departing in the morning, he would call to his sheep and they would respond.

We should be able to recognize and follow the voice of Jesus, rejecting the voices of other “shepherds.” Only His voice can provide us with long-lasting calm, insight, knowledge, and power.

Make a note of it for later!

Come, Follow Me

It wasn’t simply the twelve disciples who were extended the offer to follow in Jesus’ footsteps. In Luke 10:1, we learn that Jesus authorized seventy-two additional followers to be sent forth to pave the way for his impending appearances. We come across another story of a man who was invited to the party, but things did not go as planned for him-

Jesus Counsels the Rich Young Ruler

A wealthy young ruler approached Jesus and said, “What good deed must I do in order to get eternal life?” Matthew 19:16 New International Version In his teachings, Jesus stressed that redemption does not come via good acts. Knowing the man’s heart, Jesus instructed him to sell all of his assets and donate the proceeds to the needy. ” Then come on over here and follow me.” v21. But since he loved his money more than he loved God, the rich man was forced to leave with a sorrowful and heavy heart.

The god/idol of the wealthy young ruler was his money. He was adamant about not giving it up in order to follow Jesus. Nothing should stand in the way of our relationship with God. If he wants us to give up everything we have, we should be willing to do so.

What Does it Mean to Follow Jesus?

Saying “yes” to His offer is a personal decision that must be made. He will never compel us to do anything; it is not a command. Following Jesus requires us to devote our entire being to Him in humility. It entails making a significant adjustment in our way of life, similar to what the disciples accomplished. When we embrace Jesus as the Messiah and as our personal Savior, we are free to leave behind the things of the past. In order to follow Jesus, one must first understand and then practice his teachings with the assistance of the Holy Spirit: “We do not talk in language given to us by human knowledge, but in words taught by the Spirit, expressing spiritual truth in spiritual terms,” says the Apostle Paul.

  • (16th verse) While we will never be able to fully grasp God, His Spirit strengthens us (since we would never be able to accomplish it on our own) and provides us with His knowledge and insights.
  • The phrase “follow me” implied that you should be familiar with Jesus and what He expected of you.
  • Daily, we spend time conversing with and listening to Him.
  • Due to the fact that we are all individuals with distinct personalities, our connection with Jesus and the pathways we choose will never be the same.

Following Jesus

They were so dedicated to Jesus and His teachings that other people could tell without a doubt that they were His disciples at the beginning. Others could tell they were Christians by the way they spoke, acted, and lived because of the distinctiveness of their speech, actions, and lifestyle. It’s something to ponder while we’re thinking about our own personal life. Is it possible for me to love like he does? It is stated explicitly in Jesus’ own words: “By your love for one another, all mankind will know that you are my followers.” John 13:35 New International Version “Through the Holy Spirit, whom he has given us, God has poured out his love into our hearts,” says the Bible.

  • We have the authority to love and serve others in His name because we have His power!
  • It should also cost us something to be in love with someone.
  • It is possible to love like Jesus did, according to this post.
  • Is it possible for me to forgive like Jesus did?
  • Following Jesus entails following Him wherever He may take you.

Living out a total confidence in His judgment and purpose for my life is what it is all about. Regardless of the difficult circumstances that may emerge, my trust in Jesus assures me that He is the Lord of my life. Everything, from the simple to the difficult and everything in between.

Come, Follow Jesus

“Follow me!” says Jesus to his followers even now. When we accept his call, we make an effort to live our lives in trust and obedience day by day. We are still prone to sin, and we will never be completely sinless. Some days will be more difficult than others, and this is normal. We shall put our faith in Him to the test in difficult circumstances. He will, on the other hand, assist us in our gradual transformation into his likeness by the power of his Spirit and our desire. (2 Corinthians 3:18; 2 Timothy 2:15) Our lifetime aim is that our lives will reflect the character of Jesus and that we would demonstrate to others His love, joy, peace, patience, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control as we go about our daily activities.

It is possible that we will lose friends or family members.

However, when Jesus said, “Follow me,” He knew exactly what you were thinking.

“We are certain that you are the Holy One of God,” said the group.

If you want me to follow you, Lord, I will because there is no other way.

Blessings!

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