Your Walk (3 of 6) by Chuck McAlister
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Series: BACK TO BASICS
Dr. Chuck McAlister
(A) Series .... BACK TO BASICS !
1- Basics of spiritual growth .... What happens right after salvation.
2- Looking together at the 6 elements involved in spiritual growth -- the 6 basic building blocks of the Christian life.
....You never grow beyond these 6 elements .... you grow in them .... Thus far, we've seen:
a- YOUR WORSHIP .... the moment you are saved, God creates within you a thirst to glorify Him .... to repeatedly experience His presence ....
.... Acting on that thirst .... by worshiping God .... starts you growing spiritually.
.... It also compels you to move into the 2nd element of your spiritual growth: b- YOUR WITNESS .... Genuine worship will compel you to tell others about Jesus.
.... As you witness to others .... you are the servant obeying your Master .... carrying His invitation to those who need salvation.
.... The invitation to come experience His presence.
.... That brings us to the 3rd element of your spiritual growth.
c- YOUR WALK .... One key word governs your walk with the Lord ....OBEDIENCE!
.... The moment you are saved .... not only does God create a thirst within you to worship Him, but He also creates within you a desire to obey Him.
.... Your daily life becomes one of obedience .... You may blow it at times .... but your desire is to obey God.
-- The king was famous for his abhorrence of waste so it was quite surprising when he came into the room where his aides were assembled carrying a breathtakingly beautiful pearl in his hand
-- Showing it to the first of his aides, he asked, "What do you think this pearl is worth?" "Oh, many trunks full of gold, your majesty," he replied. The king said, "Smash it." "It would be an insult to the king to destroy such a beautiful pearl," replied the aide.
-- The king turned to a second man and showed him the pearl. "How much d ...
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