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  • You Need To Grow Up Series

    Contributed by John Hamby on Dec 12, 2005
    based on 63 ratings
     | 33,997 views

    #10 in a series on Hebrews. This sermond gives three marks of spiritual immaturity.

    A Study of the Book of Hebrews Jesus is Better Sermon # 10 “You Need To Grow Up!!!” Hebrews 5:11–6:2 Tim Hansel tells the story in his book “Holy Sweat” that a close friend of his was asked back to ...read more

  • Let's Eat Steak

    Contributed by Jason Jones on Feb 1, 2007
    based on 7 ratings
     | 2,811 views

    Exposition of Hebrews 5:11-6:1 about spiritual immaturity in the church

    Text: Hebrews 5:11-6:1, Title: Let’s Eat Steak, Date/Place: NRBC, 2/4/06, AM A. Opening illustration: the movie Outbreak was the story of an epidemic of the Motoba bacteria that came over from a foreign country and began to be spread through the air to people in an entire town, so much so that the ...read more

  • The Symptoms Of Spiritual Maturity

    Contributed by Dr. Robert Mckenzie on Mar 20, 2002
    based on 147 ratings
     | 10,151 views

    How can we tell when people are spiritually immature

    Symptoms of Spiritual Immaturity I Cor. 3:1 A couple of weeks ago we looked at the topic of spiritual maturity. We discussed what it is and what some of the hindrances to it were. We said that a person moves toward spiritual maturity by building the principles of God’s Word into their life in ...read more

  • Secured To The Dock

    Contributed by Brian Shelley on Sep 3, 2001
    based on 21 ratings
     | 1,148 views

    If, in your spiritual immaturity, you go back to your old religion, expect that God will keep you there.

    Hebrews 5:11-6:20 Secured to the Dock Intro William Hazlitt, 19th century English essayist said, “When a thing ceases to be a subject of controversy, it ceases to be a subject of interest. If Hazlitt was right, this will be one of the most interesting sermons I will ever preach because it ...read more

  • It's Time To Grow Up! Part Ii Series

    Contributed by James May on Dec 15, 2002
    based on 45 ratings
     | 6,965 views

    We must recognize the marks of Spiritual Immaturity before we can grown into the spiritually mature man or woman of God!

    Disclaimer: Due to the large amount of sermons and topics that appear on this site I feel it is necessary to post this disclaimer on all sermons posted. These sermons are original to the author and the leading of the Holy Spirit. While ideas and illustrations are often gleaned from many ...read more

  • Growing Up: A Challenge To Become A Maturing Church

    Contributed by Don Jaques on Oct 20, 2005
    based on 22 ratings
     | 5,050 views

    Making a few comparisons between an immature church and a maturing church, and see where we think we fit in.

    INTRODUCTION: In just a few days, Christ the King Oak Harbor will turn five. To those who have been here since the beginning, that may seem amazing. It seems hard for me to believe that in just a few months I’ll celebrate my fourth anniversary as pastor here. Birthdays give us a chance to ...read more

  • Becoming Spiritually Minded

    Contributed by Pastor/Revivalist Terry Sisney on Aug 13, 2002
    based on 78 ratings
     | 10,705 views

    The difference between a Mature believer and an immature believer is in the mind (As a man thinketh in his heart so is he). We must grow up in our minds.

    Ro 8: 1-26 Spiritual Vs Carnal” Paul is describing the two categories of The Christian that exist within the church: #1 The Carnal Minded– Flesh (natural man) = Baby #2 The Spiritual Minded =Spiritual = Mature Minded : Thoughts, purposes, view points, opinions, perspectives, ...read more

  • Getting Real With Your Friends Series

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Mar 29, 2003
    based on 17 ratings
     | 1,488 views

    Jesus used the principle of understanding our weaknesses but trusting our possibilities in order to transform people-pleasers into persons of integrity, ambition into selfless commitment, and immaturity into responsibility.

    History is full of stories of betrayal. Those who look like friends sometimes turn on you. Friendship means nothing to people who are bent on preserving privileges or feeding ambitions. Some of us have friends who would sell us for even less than Judas’ thirty pieces of silver if ...read more

  • The Pitfalls Of A Mature Believer Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Mar 18, 2003
    based on 134 ratings
     | 11,277 views

    As we grow in Christ we realize just how much freedom we have in Him. But what about the immature believer - what do we do with our freedom if it causes our brother or sister to stumble or be distressed?

    For an audio copy of this message, go to: www.LivingWatersWeb.com Paul the Apostle wrote these words: (1 Corinthians 13:11) When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I put childish ways behind me. What was it like for you ...read more

  • How Great Is Your Love

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Jun 18, 2003
    based on 18 ratings
     | 1,331 views

    Love is an uncommon force that copes with suffering. By enduring the pain, sorrow and anger we are exhibiting God’s unconditional love. People who are mature in love endure the pain of selfish, critical and immature scoffers.

    How Great is Your Love - I Cor. 13:4-7 Illustration: One evening while appearing on CNN’s Larry King Live, Jack Kemp, the honorable congressman from New York, made an insightful comment about the religious right when he said, “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much ...read more

  • Receiving Correction

    Contributed by Bob Ashcraft on Jun 29, 2001
    based on 58 ratings
     | 4,673 views

    Why is the church in America so immature? I believe it is because the church does not want accountability. No one wants to be corrected. We must learn how to receive a corrective word.

    Receiving A Corrective Word Matt 18:3-4  Free to offenses, free to serve, free to grow  Why is the church in America so immature?  Because the church does not want accountability.  No one wants to be corrected.  The church must learn how to receive a ...read more

  • Everyone A Leader?

    Contributed by Victor Nazareth on Sep 24, 2002
    based on 40 ratings
     | 1,228 views

    Can everyone become a leader in the local church? The writer of Hebrews is bemoaning that after so much time the saints were still immature. Is that the case of the church today? Everyone is expected to be and can be a leader!

    Introduction: The fervor of the early church was already dwindling by the time of the writing of this later book of the New Testament. Persecution was causing many to fall away. The writer is bemoaning the fact that by this time many of them should have been teachers. They were still spiritual ...read more

  • A Very Modern Ancient City

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Apr 12, 2003
    based on 23 ratings
     | 1,204 views

    The problems that plagued Corinth - immaturity, carnality, worldly influences, division, style wars and the like - are still present today. Find out the comparisons and how to find peace in God despite the world around us.

    To hear an audio version of this message, please go to: www.LivingWatersWeb.com. Imagine for me if you will, a city – bustling, modern – a major city with over six hundred thousand residents. In many ways – the city is the wealthiest, coolest, most multicultural city in the country. Trade from ...read more

  • Parenting That Works

    Contributed by Michael Mccartney on Jul 31, 2003
    based on 38 ratings
     | 3,376 views

    Parenting that works and transforms their immature children into mature Christian adults teach the three nonnegotiable laws of maturity. The three laws are the law of sowing and reaping, the law of respect, and the law of responsibility.

    Parenting that Works! Thesis: Parenting that works and transforms their immature children into mature Christian adults teach the three nonnegotiable laws of maturity. The three laws are the law of sowing and reaping, the law of respect, and the law of responsibility. Introduction: Parenting ...read more

  • How Jesus Taught Lessons On Evangelism With Children

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Dec 5, 2005
    based on 11 ratings
     | 1,289 views

    Do not equate the immaturity of children with irresponsibility. Many children are capable of developing deep impressions about the Lord that remain with them for the rest of their life. Ask God for His wisdom

    How Jesus Taught Lessons on Evangelism With Children Matthew 19:13-19:15 85% of people who place their faith in Christ for salvation do so before the age of 18. Jesus took advantage of the receptiveness of children to reach them with His love. When parents brought their children to ...read more