If love is not the reason for what we do for people, then what we do is ultimately in vain (1 Corinthians 13). Sometimes in the middle of engaging in discipleship, we can get caught up in doing certain things to be seen or trying to "teach" certain principles to appear so wise to other people in some kind of effort to prove something. The problem is that kind of behavior is rooted in selfishness, pride, arrogance, and insecurities. When you really know who you are in Christ, you don't have to try to prove anything to anyone.
"Fulfilling Jesus’ command to make disciples is about more than having the right theology or well-developed teaching points" (Francis Chan). Making disciples isn’t about gathering pupils to listen to your teaching. It’s not about what you know—or what you think you know—it’s about love. Let's always be faithful to God’s call to love the people around us. We need to love people enough to help them see their need to love and obey God. Moreover, we don't need to beat people down with religion. We don't need any more Pharisees. What we need is more people showing people Jesus, the One Who loves us perfectly.
I just want to encourage and inspire as many people as I can for Jesus Christ.