Being Like Yeshua
This week’s message, Brant wove together threads from some recent messages to paint a picture of what it means to be like Yeshua. He taught that if we’re going to do what He did, that means that we have to change what we do. As disciples, we are called to live and walk this out in community, not by our themselves.
Daniel taught on the fences that Yeshua placed around Torah in Matthew 5 and how those fences both protect the Torah and prepare us to be better disciples.
In this week’s message, Brant examined Yeshua’s radical call to discipleship–everything that we do should be informed by G-d and should reflect His image. Discipleship involves four things: dedication, memorization, imitation, and replication. The highest aspiration of a disciple is to be like their Master (Yeshua) in every way and to make more disciples.