For by the grace given me I say to every one of you: Do not think of yourself more highly than you ought, but rather think of yourself with sober judgment, in accordance with the measure of faith God has given you. Romans 12:3
God asks us to have an “eternal” perspective! The premise is to move us to more maturity by moving our mindset away from the false beliefs and ideas we have built up. What we tend to pursue, in our desires in life, is meaningless against the backdrop of seeking faith and the call that Christ gives us.
Lesson 1: Attitude is the Prelude to Effective Relationships!
Lesson II: The “Put Ons” and “Put Offs” of a Good Attitude
Lesson III: Your attitude should be the same as Christ!
Lesson IV: The Most Important and Essential Attitude: Humility
Allow Christ to Challenge you to live for the faith!
God urges us to pursue peace and harmony and not let the childish and petty things of life divide us.
Following Jesus’ great message to the multitudes, He moves from the crowds to the ministering of the individual needs of people.
Standing firm, which we can do all the way from sowing the right seed to receiving the greatest harvest of the highest quality.
Do not grumble, as in do not be complaining. Don’t criticize, find fault, be irritable or argumentative, or whine to fellow believers—and definitely not to unbelievers.
Place God First, God’s Will is for us to have a right relationship with Him. We are to recognize His sovereignty over the universe, and our lives.
The solution to worry is simple. Put Christ and His will first, everything else, secondary.
We all need various kinds of possessions in order to live, such as food, housing, transportation, clothing, and such.
To do this effectively you need to have a schedule! Why? Just to see all that is on your plate in life, from ministry as well as personal life and...
Our primary call is not to be perfect "church goers," being good and holy, but to be models of His character and to proclaim His Word.
Peter, who had just boldly proclaimed his faith, quickly forgets it and stumbles to his own will.
Christ calls us to take up the cross and deny ourselves; this is extreme discipleship, a call that is to cancel out our will so we can...
Here is a chart that lists two sets of Fruit and ways of living. One side represents Christ’s redemptive work that we comply to continue by being grateful, pursuing His Grace and applying His Fruit into our daily lives. The other side represents the corruption of sin, the old self that we are called to get rid of.