John Morgan points out that the Good News is that Jesus will forgive your sins forever – not make you rich or heal you physically temporarily. In Matthew, Jesus led His disciples to become disciple makers. There would be the danger of the new disciples being zealous of making disciples not of Jesus but of themselves. Peter in his zealousness had a tendency to take over the work of Jesus and attempt to question the acts of others. We have to be careful that what we call “disciplining others” is not being judgmental of others. Making disciples is not just inviting people to hear someone tell them how to do things, but rather, a real disciple goes where the people are and shows them what a disciple is. They show people the plan of salvation using the scripture. It is impossible to follow Jesus and make disciples if you do not believe the Word of God. Believing in Jesus and becoming a disciple of Jesus involves far more than mere intellectual belief in Him. Believing Jesus is essential to following Jesus.