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Have you ever considered the parallels between physical fitness and spiritual health? The New Testament is full of them! Lace up with the crew at Jericho Ridge as we jump into a season of training for godliness.
Ronnie asks a Key question: What is God's mission for me during this season of my life? And has a Key thought: To fulfill your mission, you must run and fight to win. However, we must do this with focus, hard work, endurance and the hope of Christ.
The 10 Commandments Relating to Your Parents Every family should be… • Good for you and society. If its… 1. Grounded in a lifelong covenant. 2. A training ground. How can I honor my parents? • Find a connection to God as a parent. • Grow up. • Choose to honor them. Scripture: Deuteronomy 5:16 Proverbs 23:22-25 Ephesians 6:1-4 Sources: Keller, Tim, sermon, The Freedom of Authority, redeemer.com
God disciplines those He loves. In the life of a disciple of Jesus, divine discipline is sometimes necessary to keep us pure and holy before Him and headed in the right direction.
Living for Jesus is a lot like running a race. The starting line is the new birth, the rules are God's New Testament commandments, and the finish line is going to heaven.
On the Sunday of a baby dedication we also talked about how God disciplines us to train us, because he loves us.
As we’ve said before: Every true Christian wears their “L” plates. Once we think we can do away with them, cos we are now mature – and presumably better than others – we are in trouble. Constant growing and learning, developing in our walk with God, is the regular way for all believers. As the chapter progresses, Paul calls on the Philippians – and in turn us - to live on earth with a heavenly mind-set. He seems able to do what we find much more difficult to do; he always holds the end in view – even with regard to suffering. This is the way to maturity: Develop a love for Christ, a firmness in gospel truth, a willingness to pursue godliness and faithfulness in all relationships. We are to keep our eyes fixed on the final prize – the prize of glory. The prize Paul strived for; the prize Jesus went to the cross for.