Reaching a Decision to Follow Christ
If we succeed, however, we will be one of those to whom He says in the resurrection, "Well done, good and faithful servant." We will have not only lived as He did, we will have put on His character image, the great goal of the Christian life.
This invitation was an offer of unlimited access to the rabbi—a chance to become a perpetual student. It not only gave them complete access to ask the teacher probing questions, but they also lived alongside the rabbi, experiencing firsthand how the Scriptures should be lived out. Becoming a disciple required an unwavering commitment to submit to the rabbi’s authority, but it also meant that everyday was full of opportunities to learn new things about God. Disciples went where their rabbi went. They slept where their rabbis slept. They ate what their rabbi ate. And largely, they shared their rabbi’s passions and beliefs.
46). Hasker (1992) further reminds us that our world "is not a secular and a sacred world, but a single world created by God and a single, unitary truth which is known to God" (p. 238). Integrating faith and the business discipline should help students understand this unity. If we teach the discipline as if it has no relationship to the faith and to God's truth.
I believe that Jesus can be our salvation when we are lost. He can rescue us, but we should find Him in our heart and unlock the door in which our fear is hidden. Life is beautiful and unique, but it comes with no guarantees and second chances. That’s why we should escape from that circle of frivolity and obscurity that keeps hunting us and do our best to change the world in a better way.
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