Sermons on Spiritual Growth
The Christian life is intended to be a focused life. If we desire to live a focused life we must determine to begin living a life that is characterized by service. Our example, Jesus, stated that this was the lifestyle that he chose…
How often do you tell someone that you will pray for them? How often do you feel like you know how to pray for someone, especially when there is no specific request? Well, our God doesn’t want us unaware of how to pray in these situations. So, He had Paul write a letter, and in that letter Paul tells us how to pray.
The only way a church can accomplish the mission and vision that God has given to the church is if it is a unified church. Unity is not uniformity, but it is an essential element of any church that desires to do what God has called us to do.
Being invited to a party can be pretty exciting. Especially when the party is a mega-party, hosted by God. Well, we’ve been invited, and we’ve also been called to participate by delivering more invitations.
Three reasons why we ought to get excited about connecting with those who are in need of the gospel.
What is it that God’s heart beats for? What is it that God is passionate about? These questions ought to be considered by every person who claims to be a follower of Jesus Christ…
What if our spiritual health, to some degree, depended on what we thought about? Would you seek to change your thoughts?
A dead faith can still appear to be very religious. The problem is that we were never called to be religious, we have been called to be faithful.
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.
We exercise to keep our bodies healthy. We even use brain exercises to keep our minds healthy. So, why don’t we exercise our spiritual lives? Perhaps we don’t have the right attitude…