Word of God: Acts 21:26-32
Reflection: To be a Christian is to be a disciple of Christ. Jesus wants his disciples to be close to Him (see Mk 3:13-14), to learn from Him (see Mk 11:13-14). Let that sink in for a second. So if we are called to do that, learning and living the Gospel is probably a good place to start. So let us hold to the Word of God, for it is eternal and grants us fullness of life!
Quote for the Day: Having received the call from Christ: “Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the holy Spirit” (Mt 28:19), the disciples traveled throughout the world announcing the Good News of the Gospel. -Metropoltian Andrey Sheptytsky
Meaning of Discipleship: If you look at the early Christians, you’ll realize that they didn’t blend into the crowd. Their lifestyle was totally against the current and gave them away as followers of Jesus. When someone looks at me, do they see a disciple of Christ or do I just look like one of the crowd?
Missionary Task: Read Mk 1:21-35 and try to see yourself as a disciple, who spends an entire day with his Teacher. Afterwards, spend the next day in the spirit of one who follows Christ.