Four Essential Elements of Christian Maturity

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1 Willing and Obedient 1:04:23 22.5 MB
2 Mind Renewal 54:02 18.9 MB
3 Holy Spirit’s Power 49:02 17.2 MB
4 Understanding Your New Identity 54:15 19 MB

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Now that you’ve been born again, are you just waiting to go to heaven? It’s sad to say, but there are so many Christians out there who believe that this is the only way to live. God has an abundant life available for you, but you need to grow in order to see all that blessing. You need spiritual maturity.

Andrew Wommack’s new teaching, Four Essential Elements of Christian Maturity, will help you grow in your faith. Faith is based on knowledge, and it is the truth that you know that sets you free. Meditating on the Word is the best way to grow. As it says in 1 Peter 2:2–3, “As newborn babes, desire the sincere milk of the word, that ye may grow thereby: If so be ye have tasted that the Lord is gracious.” Reading, hearing, and meditating on the Word brings you into a deeper relationship with God and a better understanding of His will.

In this teaching, Andrew shares on four areas of mature faith: being willing and obedient, renewing your mind, walking in the power of the Holy Spirit, and understanding your new identity in Christ. As you dig into the Bible, this teaching from Andrew provides direction on how to open your spirit to the truth. Through these four powerful areas of focus, you’ll learn what spiritual maturity looks like and how to grow beyond just yourself and your desires.




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