We find him taking moments to stop and teach his discipes along the way. Following Christ is not static, but has a rhythm and motion to it. The discipes trailing behind must
have often talked with one another about what they were just taught.
The walk gave space for a talk, and as they walked and talked, their love and respect for their Master must have grown.
In Koinonia moments, we too find ourselves walking closely behind our Lord, hearing together and in return, seeking to obey together.