About 5 years ago from today, I wrote a blog post about ‘Spiritual Maturity‘. In it, I answered a few common questions about spiritual maturity. But I couldn’t answer one crucial question. How do we mature spiritually? The answer is we must start growing spiritually in order to mature spiritually. We cannot grow spiritually unless we are intentional about our spiritual growth. Today let’s look at a strategy we can use to boost our spiritual growth.
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Applied Theology, Leadership, Ministry
Spiritual Maturity is often a misunderstood and misinterpreted doctrine in the Church. I am not an expert on this either but want to share a few thoughts with you.
The Bible says in 2 Timothy 3:16 that God’s word is useful for rebuking. It is important that preachers though not on a regular basis confront sin from the pulpit whenever the need arises. It’s a common factor however that preachers hardly confront sin today. Probably because of fear people will feel offended and leave the church. There are however some principles that I follow in confrontational preaching and most of the time the results have proved to be rewarding.
Antinomianism comes from the Greek meaning lawless. Being one of the most virulent forms of heterodoxies about Christianity, antinomianism holds that the moral law is of no use or
Vision is a very important word today. It’s a word frequently used by Statesmen, Businessmen, Religious Leaders etc. In this blog post I want to share with you 5 reasons why vision is important in Christian Ministry.
Previously we learned the necessity for God’s grace and its role in the life of the repentant sinner. Today I will share with you
King Ahaziah of Israel was sick and desperately seeking a solution to his problem. He believed in the philosophy that “the end justifies the means” in which what matters is getting the needs met, and how one does it is not important. So in his desperation, he sent for the gods of Ekron and wrote his own death sentence, (2 Kings 1:3).
The desire of God in fellowshipping with His children includes speaking directly with them – in plain language. This is God’s perfect will. The knowledge of the mysteries of God is to be plainly declared to those who have entered into a personal relationship with Him, while those who reject the call of the gospel will have to make do with glimpses given in allegories and parables which shall not even be explained to them. [Read Luke 8:9-15]