They said to Him, “Rabbi” (which means “Teacher”), “where are You staying?” Come and you’ll see,” He replied. So they went and saw where He was staying, and they stayed with Him that day.—John 1:38b–39
There comes a time for each of us when merely talking about this Christian pilgrimage is not enough. We can spend many hours debating and discussing issues related to the Christian life, but this means little if we never actually step out and follow Christ! At some point we must set out on this journey.
Christianity is not a set of teachings to intellectually understand. It is a Person to follow. As the disciples walked with Jesus, they saw Him heal the sick, teach the Fathers’s wisdom, and demonstrate God's power. They not only learned about God; they actually experienced Him.
Moments will come when we will stand at a crossroad with your Lord. We will have hundreds of questions for Him. Rather than answering the questions one by one, Jesus may say, “Put on your shoes, step out of your comfort zone and follow Me.” As you walk daily with Him, Jesus will answer your questions, and you will discover far more than you even knew to ask.