Take My Yoke — Part 1

November 6, 2023

Have you ever considered what it means to be yoked to Christ? The picture is a beautiful one — an immature, inexperienced ox being yoked together with a mature ox full of experience and strength. Join Nate and Gabe as they explore the precious implications of being yoked with Christ. This command is an invitation to rest and relationship. 

What is the fruit of a life that has come to Jesus and taken His yoke? The fruit of being yoked with Christ is rest and peace. In contrast, when we are walking in our own strength and effort, we are burdened down with anxiety, worry, and fear. Be encouraged as you listen to these episodes to come to Jesus and learn of Him.

  • Gabe Cleator, Host

    Gabe Cleator loves Jesus and desires to help others cultivate an intimate relationship with Christ as the All-Sufficient One. Gabe holds a bachelor’s degree in Biblical Ministries, is author of the book Always and in Everything, and currently serves as the director of the Home Discipleship Network under the ministry of IBLP. His passion is to see God’s people turn back to a vibrant, living Christianity that has Christ at the center and the Word as the foundation. Gabe and his wife, Sara, live in East Texas where they enjoy serving the Lord together and spending time in the great outdoors, taking fishing trips or visiting National Parks.

  • Nate Paine, Host

    Nate Paine loves pointing people to God’s Word. After giving his life to the Lord at age 11, he has carried Isaiah 61:1–3 as his life verses, following God’s call to “preach good tidings unto the meek,” “bind up the brokenhearted,” “proclaim liberty to the captives,” and offer beauty for ashes through the Person and work of Christ. Nate completed his bachelor’s degree in Biblical Ministries, has served in prison ministry, and mentored many young men through the Journey to the Heart program. Today, he lives with his wife and four children in East Texas where he serves on staff with IBLP and the Home Discipleship Network. In his spare time, you may find Nate reading his favorite authors (Andrew Murray and A.W. Tozer), perfecting his pour-over coffee brewing, or adventuring with his children—preferably with fishing poles in hand.

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