Finally, our aim for disciplemaking should be generational. Spiritual generations are God’s answer to a broken world, as represented in Jesus’ call to His first disciples (see John 17:20) and His High Priestly Prayer: “My prayer is not for them alone. I pray also for those who will believe in me through their message” (John 17:20 NIV).
Here's a final thought. There is no such thing as autopilot when it comes to disciplemaking. We must earnestly rely on the Holy Spirit to equip and instruct us in the way of Jesus. We must hold our efforts and intentions with open hands, asking God to lead us as disciplemakers for His glory. May He continue to bless and use you as a disciple who makes disciples!
We would like to thank Doug Nuenke, president of The Navigators, for this reading plan. For more information on “being a disciple who makes disciples” or Navigators’ various ministries, visit The Navigators. In addition, see our YouVersion Bible Reading Plans “” and “.”