How To Correctly Follow Jesus | Watch to Find Out (VIDEO)


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This video posted by brother Robert Breaker was his 126th sermon preached. You can view it below in its entirety. It is well worth watching as it’s quiet in depth. In this sermon, Robert addresses some viewers, who according to him “aren’t following Jesus correctly.” He bases this belief on the fact that these viewers are denominational believers instead of Jesus followers.

Is There a Right and Wrong Way to Follow Jesus?

According to brother Robert, yes, there is a right and a wrong way to follow Christ. The message featured in this video outlines the difference between the two in a clear, easy-to-understand manner.


What The Bible Says About Properly Understanding What You Believe?

The Bible says in 2nd Timothy 2:15, “Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.” This dividing the world of truth is what brother Robert does in his sermon. He outlines two ways that if you follow Jesus, will lead you to hell and another way that is the “right” way to follow Jesus and will lead to heaven.

The Wrong Way to Follow Jesus According to Robert

1.) Following Jesus’ Earthly Ministry: This puts faith in Jesus in Old Testament time, before Jesus’ death, thus in the time of the law. It’s a work based gospel, not based on grace.

2.) Following The Early Apostle’s Ministry: This was focused primarily towards the Jewish people. It included signs, wonders, and miracles and speaking in tongues. This was aimed at the people of Israel.

The Right Way to Follow Jesus According to Robert

Following the Apostle Paul: This correct teaching, according to brother Robert, is New Testament, post-resurrection truth. It also includes the revelation of Jesus Christ in the book of Revelation and is aimed at believers today, unlike the two ways listed above.

Sometimes, knowing what to believe can be confusing. To better understand what brother Robert Breaker feels it takes to follow Christ properly, watch his sermon in its entirety.