Who can be a globetrotter?
Jesus' sending his disciples to preach His teaching did not mean establishing a priesthood group separate from other people. It seems that His natural will was to preach His teachings as He did, with no organizational structure. His message was to be like a wave that spreads over the surface of the water. Those who carried His teaching on love should go to all places in the world, to all countries. They were supposed to be globetrotters.
Thus, the creation of some form of caste, or priestly profession, was farthest from the concept of Jesus. For He had seen what the priests of His days were doing with Him and with His followers. He also knew that the tradition of the priestly caste dates back to the earliest pagan times, in which tribal sorcerers, shamans, healers, and all kinds of spiritual leaders appeared. He certainly didn't want that. He wanted His messengers to reach people's homes, teach them the teaching of love, and find those who would pass it on as missionaries.
It seems very simple. It is enough to do what Jesus Christ did. Clergy, instead of sitting comfortably in luxurious parish buildings or in episcopal palaces, should go out into the world to people. Thus, Jesus' successors were not to remain in synagogues, churches, or temples built for themselves, where people would come to be ruled by ordained priests. It should not be that people, fearing for their past, would punish the temple, where the priest appears to them in beautiful robes. It now seems that many denominations based on the teachings of Jesus are so far removed from his teachings in their mores that today it is difficult to imagine their behavior imitating the simple life and deeds of their founder.
Therefore, it should be completely different. If a priest would like to have anything to do with Christ, then he should go out into the world as He did and teach people what He taught. Instead of focusing only on preparations for the unexpected final judgment, true disciples of Jesus should work out the conditions for receiving the Son of God in each generation, walking from house to house. Over the centuries, this could make communities close to one another and help the returning Son of God end Satan's evil reign on Earth.
Probably every clergyman can become a globetrotter. It is enough for him to leave his comfortable parish building, a soft bed or give up an elegant limousine. Especially bishops, as hierarchs, also known as church princes, should do this first. It is they who should take care not to be "Caiaphas" and "Annasas" of our times, the most distant from the concept of salvation proclaimed by Jesus Christ.
It is important to understand that Jesus' request that people accept His teaching and become its preachers in the form of globetrotters was addressed to each of us. Perhaps Jesus' desire was to reach out to all people, although he knew it would be done gradually. Paul of Tarsus understood Him quite well - the first globetrotter to understand what Jesus meant. It was him, although he was not an apostle, that most effectively reached Jesus' advice on how to follow him. It is worth following an example from Him.
The mission of the globetrotter in the world under Satan's rule is perhaps the most difficult missionary task imaginable. Since, in the case of Jesus, He had to pay Him with his life, I don't think I need to explain the importance of this mission. Like Jesus, every globetrotter must act under the threat of Satan. Perhaps Satan himself will not be threatened by globetrotters himself, but he has a lot of people to do this dirty work. Among the people there are quite a lot of "Judas", "Annas "and" Caiaphas" who will try to "hunt down" globetrotters. Therefore, I say that it is not only a difficult mission, but also very dangerous. It is by no means new. In the modern era, thousands of missionaries were murdered, some of whom were identified by name and declared saints. They were globetrotters. Their work will certainly contribute to the preparation of mankind for the appearance of the Son of God.
It's hard for me to say, but if any globetrotter dies on his missionary journey, it will be in the footsteps of Jesus Christ. Despite his personal tragedy, he will experience a deep bond and solidarity with our Redeemer and will surely meet Him in the spiritual world. From all that I have written here, it can be understood that the globetrotter is Jesus' best friend. It is worth knowing about it for everyone who says that they love Jesus and that they would like to help Him in the salvation of the world.