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No small commitment

The Rt Rev Colin Sinclair describes the cost of following Jesus.

IN this season of Remembrance, it is worth remembering how sacrifice and service are built into the life of faith. Becoming a disciple of Jesus was then and still is, no small commitment.

In Jesus’ time, people would sometimes ask a Rabbi if they might follow him. In so doing they were not asking to enrol on a course, attend a series of lectures, or take an exam. Instead, they were asking to journey with their Rabbi wherever he went, watching him both in public and in private. The Rabbi, meanwhile, was careful to choose only men, and only those who had the best education, as their following would reflect on him.

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