Summary: Questions are good if we seek answers to them; sometimes objections or excuses pose as questions. Not all questions are asked sincerely. Today I will address three questions, questions usually asked sincerely.
Summary: Paul is clear to the Corinthians that there are two levels of Christian living. Some believers are living in the flesh, the carnal and others are living in the spiritual. This is still true today. Some believers are still on milk while others eat meat.
Summary: Milk is a wonderful, but only till age 5. To grow past that, we must have solid food. The same is true in the spiritual realm. But many Christians live in perpetual infancy. They want only milk. They're geriatric spiritual babies. See God's directions!
Summary: Salvation is a life changing event. When a person receives the gift of salvation the Bible states that they have become a new creation and have been born again.Too many have remained infantile and need to grow up.
Summary: As children grow physically, they learn to eat solid food that gives them strength and vitality. In the same way, every believer needs to take on the responsibility to feed themselves on solid spiritual food. To fail to do this is to remain spiritually we
Summary: This sermon talks about the second key to finding God’s purpose and that is to become like Jesus. Being a follower of Jesus is not about just believing in Jesus, it’s about the life of Jesus invading yours and mine and transforming our thoughts, words and
Summary: This stand alone lesson was used in a combined Sunday School class for 5 combined classes, and was intended for instruction of new Christians as well as growing Christians. Based on Heb. 5:11-6:12, I Cor. 3:1-4, and 1 Pet. 2:1-3 all of which talk about "s
Summary: So today God has set in motion the desire for us to do a check up in our spiritual lives in these basic truths to make sure we are still on track with our Reading, Writing, & Arithmetic skills spiritually.
Summary: In Greek, the word translated "perfect" in Matthew is "teleios". " If something accomplishes what it is designed to do, it is said to be perfect that is "teleios" So "telios" is often translated as "mature". "Teleios" has the idea of "being complete."