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SERMONS & MEDIA ON SPIRITUAL MATURITY

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SPIRITUAL MATURITY SERMON OUTLINES

by James Merritt

The apostle John begins by addressing his readers as little children. The Greek word teknia literally means born ones, it is a generic term used by John for all believers. He is calling all born again Christians ''little children.'' these are all of the people who have been born again into the family of God and qualify as his children. There are those who say that we are...

by John Barnett

James this morning is exhorting us. He says, hearing of the Word must be followed by obedience; truly accepting God's Word logically means doing it. This spiritual logic was given memorable illustration by Chuck Swindoll in his book Improving Your Serve. Let's pretend that you work for me. In fact, you...

by Chuck McAlister

Begin a new series: THE FAITH THAT WORKS. Study of the Book of James. (A) CHARACTERISTICS OF CHRISTIAN MATURITY. 1- Book of James : Proofs that are meant to be used as a measuring stick to measure your maturity as a Christian. 2- 2 major themes in Bible (all 66 books): a- The Way to God - directed toward the person...

by Jesus Culture Resources

People are organizing, connecting, networking, and socializing almost everywhere you look. Whether it's a successful business venture, a persuasive argument, or even individual success and fame - the act of building is all around us. Amidst all that busyness, where do you see progress - that is, what type of building and...

by Johnny Hunt

For the last four weeks I have attempted, as a compassionate and passionate Pastor, to challenge this family (flock) to a life of Christian maturity. The Apostle Paul shares his heart's desire for the believers in Gal. 4:14-20. "And my trial which was in my flesh you did not despise or reject, but you received me as an angel of God, even as Christ Jesus. What then...

by Adrian Rogers

Take God's Word and turn with me this morning to 1 Corinthians chapter 2. 1 Corinthians chapter2, and when you have found it, I want you to look up here at me. I want to tell you something that happened here in Bellevue church many years ago. Our erstwhile pastor, former pastor of this church, Dr. Robert G. Lee, the great of man of God, but he was never known to flinch, never known to back up or water down the Word of...

by Stan Coffey

This morning if you have your Bible let's go again to the book of Joshua and we're coming to a close in the series on Joshua. There is one more message besides the message today. We're going to preach today on the title ''Moving on to Maturity,'' moving on to maturity, becoming all God wants us to be, claiming God's richest blessings for our lives. Well we've been talking...

by Curt Dodd

Many Christians spend the balance of their life at level two or three, but the greatest joy is found at level four. Rick Warren notes the mark of spiritual maturity occurs when a believer ''takes off the bib and puts on an apron.'' Immature children wear bibs and expect others to meet their needs. Those who don aprons have learned the joy of serving...

by Eddie Snipes

Spiritual maturity shouldn't be a mystery, yet anyone who has spent time in the church has likely noticed varying levels of spiritual growth among the members. Some grow slowly, some grow quickly, and some never grow at all. Why is it that so many never mature beyond spiritual infancy? I have yet to hear anyone declare, ''I don't want to grow closer to the Lord.'' But I've heard many testify their desire to know him...

by Larry Osborne

THE BIG PICTURE: The minimum requirements for spiritual leadership. The telltale marks of spiritual maturity. THE PASSAGE: 1 Timothy 3:1-16/ Titus 1:5-9/ Acts 6:1-4/ 1 Peter 5:1-4/ Acts 20:17-30 A QUICK FLY-BY: - Spiritual Maturity In A Nutshell: No glaring...

by John McKain

Peter is full convinced that spiritual growth in the Christian life requires strenuous involvement by the believer. God has rescued us from a corrupt world and promised us a share in the divine nature. In fact, it is for this very reason that we are now to commit ourselves to a life of moral and ethical growth. Peter was writing to...

by Chuck McAlister

Studying the New Testament Manual on Maturity.The Book of James . the 1st Book written in the New Testament. Purpose to move us from being moral to being spiritual. Society today . not even moral. James teaches that God wants to move us from morality to spiritual maturity. God gives us a tool to help that happen...

by Rick White

There are some myths regarding the subject of spiritual growth in the community of faith. Today we are going to dispel four of those myths. God wants everyone of His children to grow up in Christ. 2Pet. 3:18 but grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. To Him {be} the glory, both now...

by Robert Dawson

by David Cawston

Growing up is hard to do, but sooner or later we all have to do it. The sooner we do it the easier our life will become. The problem is: How do we determine whether we have grown up? Does it mean our hair turns gray? No, that just means we're growing older, but not necessarily wiser. Signs of aging do not mean we...