Part of the utter lack of discipleship we see in the Church today comes back to the reality that many, or most, are still living and leading their people primarily in light of the Old Covenant! New Covenant churches and believers are focused on making disciples who increasingly fill the world with disciples of Jesus.
This week on the Lifeschool Podcast, we talk about what it looks like to move from attracting people to our buildings toward deploying people on mission, and truly embracing our New Covenant identity.
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
- Stark differences between the Old and New covenants found in scripture.
- How embracing the reality of the New Covenant in Christ SENDS us out on mission.
- Ways that the New Covenant empowers the “priesthood of all believers” and will radically transform the Church.
- Some signs that you or your church may still be living and labouring under the Old Covenant.
From this episode:
“In the New Covenant, Jesus has already fulfilled the highest Priestly duties; his life, death, blood and resurrection keep both sides of the agreement/ New Covenant: We are God’s fully redeemed ones… his dearly loved kids who can come and be with him any time… and He has now sent us all out as the priesthood of believers!”
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