Sermons on Maturity
Walking in the Spirit will naturally lead to some changes in our lives. Are you ready?
We need each other, to encourage one another, to build one another up and to work together to keep the faith.
As a Christian, we are told to walk in light; and that also means we ought to walk in fellowship with others who are children of the light of God.
Our walk, our life and lifestyle, is not only supposed to be proper it is supposed to be worthy. Worthy of our calling and worthy of the One doing the calling.
Our walk, our manner of living, is meant to be consistent and cohesive. Paul made it clear when he wrote a letter to the churches in Rome that this was an essential part of their Christian life.
There are numerous places in Scripture that inform us about how Christians ought to act. There are no places in Scripture that inform us about how Christians ought to sit on the sidelines and watch.
Betrayal is a fact of life, if you have anyone you are close to you are in jeopardy of being betrayed. How should we respond?
The process of changing, especially as it concerns our spiritual growth, is often difficult. It can, at times, seem like it is harder than something we can bear. It can be tempting to quit. However, we should never quit…
Our calling is radical, at least, it is supposed to be. If we’re going to follow the steps of the master, it is radical!
While there is always room for growth in being a man, there is still a need for the men of a church to be strong. In this message we explore what a strong man is like.