Keeping your focus on Spiritual things is the only way to avoid becoming a spiritual casualty.
Practice these four traits that Paul prayed his friends would possess, and you will grow in your spiritual maturity.
Obeying the warnings that Jesus gave provides will save you from great trouble.
Christ defined discipleship very clearly. This sermon examines his definition.
Today we want to look at the corporate aspect of disciple making by answering the question, “How does the Church Make Disciples?”
Today, we want to look further as how we can make disciples that are true disciples.
Jesus’ Disciples are true believers. Jesus commands us to follow him and learn from him. When we do, our lives will be noticeably different.
When we think of discipleship we are prone to think, “I am like the disciples and need someone to help me be like Jesus”
However, we need to think, “Jesus wants me to be like him and help others to be more like him”
James shows us that there are two extremes when it comes to faith: False Faith and Faithless Works. Neither of them can save.
Here, God empties Jacob of his NATURAL effort and teaches Jacob to trust Him completely.
God tested Abraham to ensure that Abraham’s devotion was still sound, and to free Abraham from the snare of making an idol out of something that was given by God as a gift.