"Maturity" Tagged Sermons

"Maturity" Tagged Sermons

Reality ~ Love Carefully

Human beings, in general. tend to love the wrong things for the wrong reasons. We do so because we tend to be self-centered, self-seeking, and prideful. There is a different way to live…
Picture of keys

What We Think

What if our spiritual health, to some degree, depended on what we thought about? Would you seek to change your thoughts?
Picture of keys

It Takes Work

Getting better at something almost always requires practice–effort–work. When Paul tells the church at Philippi that they must “work out their salvation” this is what Paul is saying. We have to put effort into our spiritual growth.
Girl walking into clouds-The Journey

The New Path

Whenever we embark on a journey that involves a change of direction, we need some guidance for the new, unexpected path. Thankfully, the Bible gives us that guidance. It’s as simple as becoming an imitator–of God…
Girl walking into clouds-The Journey

A New Direction ~ Part II

How we speak, and how we relate to one another is more important than we may realize. What if our speech and our interactions had an impact on God, as well as an impact on those around us? Would it change the direction you’re heading?
Girl walking into clouds-The Journey

Changing Directions

One problem that every Christian faces is the issue of the “old self.” Our old self is the person we were, before coming to faith in Jesus. The problem with this old self is that we tend to put them back on, like a comfortable suit of clothes. We have been given a “new self” and God expects us to put this self on whenever and wherever we are.
A woman lifts her arms up in praise

Share This: The Gospel Light

“I believed, and so I spoke.” Those were the words of Paul, quoting from Psalm 116:10. He also declared that we are the “jars of clay” that contain a great treasure, a light that has been planted into our hearts. Our job is to share this light…
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Looking Forward

As Christians we are supposed to look forward–we just aren’t supposed to try to¬†predict what is coming. Looking forward to the right things and in the right way is the key.
A man is stuck between two roads and reads his map

Why, God? Choices

Choices, we make them every day of our lives. Some of them are mundane and mostly insignificant, like what color of socks to wear. Some of them have eternal consequences, like whether or not to follow Jesus Christ. Our choices only matter if we are free to choose…