1. If we really understand the difficulty of denying self, taking up our crosses, and following Jesus then we must have a very good reason to to do so. In this expository sermon from Matthew 16:24-28, Dr. James Walling exhorts people to become disciples because:
    1. It positively impacts society.
    2. In doing so you find life.
    3. It is a wise exchange.
    4. Of a coming king.
    5. Doing so glorifies God.
    6. It brings purpose to your life.

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  2. If we really understand the difficulty of denying self, taking up our crosses, and following Jesus then we must have a very good reason to to do so. In this expository sermon from Matthew 16:24-28, Dr. James Walling exhorts people to become disciples because:
    1. It positively impacts society.
    2. In doing so you find life.
    3. It is a wise exchange.
    4. Of a coming king.
    5. Doing so glorifies God.
    6. It brings purpose to your life.

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  3. If we really understand the difficulty of denying self, taking up our crosses, and following Jesus then we must have a very good reason to to do so. In this expository sermon from Matthew 16:24-28, Dr. James Walling exhorts people to become disciples because:
    1. It positively impacts society.
    2. In doing so you find life.
    3. It is a wise exchange.
    4. Of a coming king.
    5. Doing so glorifies God.
    6. It brings purpose to your life.

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  4. If we really understand the difficulty of denying self, taking up our crosses, and following Jesus then we must have a very good reason to to do so. In this expository sermon from Matthew 16:24-28, Dr. James Walling exhorts people to become disciples because:
    1. It positively impacts society.
    2. In doing so you find life.
    3. It is a wise exchange.
    4. Of a coming king.
    5. Doing so glorifies God.
    6. It brings purpose to your life.

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  5. We often attempt to define both salvation and discipleship ourselves but we ought to be more concerned with how Jesus defines them. In this expository sermon from Matthew 16:24, Dr. James Walling examines Jesus' view of discipleship. According to Jesus:
    1. A disciple must intentionally deny himself.
    2. A disciple must willingly bear his cross.
    3. A disciple must actively follow his Lord.

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