Discipleship - The Forgotten Command

White Wing Messenger|May 2020

Discipleship - The Forgotten Command
As I think about my childhood upbringing, I can recall specific commands that my parents gave me that were linked to certain lessons they wanted me to learn.
MICHAEL HERNANDEZ

MICHAEL HERNANDEZ | DIRECTOR, ACCREDITED MINISTRIES DEVELOPMENT, SPIRIT AND LIFE SEMINARY

Dr. Michael Hernandez serves as the director of Accredited Ministries Development for the International Offices of the Church of God of Prophecy. Dr. Hernandez is a licensed minister as well as a state-licensed and nationally certified counselor. He earned his Master of Divinity from the Pentecostal Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

As most parents do, they hoped that these commands would not only be followed in the moment, but eventually be practiced automatically without them having to remind me time and again. Although I admit that I was hard-headed at times, I am thankful that the time my parents spent reminding me to adhere to these commands was not in vain. In moments when I’ve been faced with a difficult decision to make, I can still hear my parent’s admonishments reminding me to do what I know they taught me was the right thing to do.

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