I am trying to write a motto and my knowledge of Latin is not very profound.
I wish to state using Latin to the effect of, and using king rather than man:
Know and understand this king. Be sure that you make yourself a disciple of Christ the ruling King.
To know and understand is suggested to be as grok. I do not wish to over complicate.
The best arrangement that I have so far come up with is,
Intellegere et scire regem. Fac tu discipulis Christi Regis
Is this anything near close? What would be correct Latin?
I do hope that this question will be allowed.
Having studied the magnificent answer from Ethan Bierlein and elsewhere I have near settled that the motto will be as follows:
Scītō atque intellege hunc rēgem. Es certus facere tē discipulum Christī Regēntis.
Answers yet improving upon this will be considered.