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What is Spiritual Maturity?

What is Spiritual Maturity?

Spiritual Maturity is one of the most misunderstood and often misinterpreted doctrines in the Church. I am not an expert on this either. But I just want to share a few thoughts with you to begin with.

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New Year Sermon: 6 steps to spiritual maturity in year 2014

New Year Sermon - 6 steps to spiritual maturity in year 2014

Introduction

My parents take great pleasure in looking at photographs taken at my infancy. I think those old pictures remind them of lovely memories attached to the early days of my life. Just imagine, I never reached maturity but remained a baby for the past 32 years or suddenly stopped growing. Do you think my parents will feel the same?

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A sermon about spiritual strongholds

A sermon about spiritual strongholds

Introduction

1. Let me open today’s sermon by sharing with you a true story. It goes like this. Walter Patrick Bissell (1 December 1957 – 29 December 1987) was an American ballet dancer who became known for his extreme talent of dancing, height and athleticism. He was also good in baseball, basketball, football etc.

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Sermon: Satan’s arsenal of weapons

Sermon: Satan's arsenal of weapons

Introduction

Satan has a formidable arsenal of weapons which he uses against us, but none so well-used as these mentioned here. At various times all of us have fallen victim to these weapons. See if any of them sound familiar to you:

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Sermon: The Spiritual Warfare

Sermon: The spiritual warfare

Introduction

“Stand firm” is the keyword used in this passage.  It’s vital that we understand this word properly because it’s the key to unlocking the whole passage. In the military sense of the word “stand firm” means for holding one’s ground. “steko” is how the word is rendered in Greek and it gives the same meaning, (to stand firm in faith and duty, to be constant, to persevere, to remain steadfast and to continue in a state.)

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Bible study: Our Spiritual act of Worship

Our spiritual act of worship

Introduction

Romans 9 and Romans 11 formed a break in Paul’s letter to the Romans. In that passage, Paul’s focus was on salvation and the Jew. Paul wanted to show them that God was not neglecting them in this present age, but that they could be saved by calling on the name of the Lord. Now, Paul returns to the main idea of his letter. He has spent considerable time telling us how we are saved, what we are saved from and what salvation has done for us. In this last section of the book, Paul’s focus shifts to some very practical matters. He will discuss many aspects of everyday living in this world.

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