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A Portrait of Discipleship, Part 2By John Woodward
|We have been comparing the process of discipling another person to a disciple's framed portrait. The countenance of the portrait's subject symbolizes the Spirit of Christ--the One who empowers and directs the spiritual life. And the sides of the "frame" represent four a basic elements involved in making disciples. Side 1. "Discipleship requires TEACHING." Side 2. "Discipleship requires...|
A Portrait of Discipleship, Part 1By John Woodward
|What brings you joy? A rise in the stock market? A lower golf score? An A on your exam? Fine dining at restaurant? While they may bring some temporary happiness, spiritual ministry provides abiding joy. The Apostle John declared: "I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth" (3 John 4). The apostle's "children" were his spiritual children--those he had discipled publicly and...|
The Law of the Spirit of LifeBy F.B. Meyer
|" For the law of the Spirit of Life in Christ Jesus hath made me free from the law of sin and death . " Romans 8:2. The Law of Gravitation The simplest child knows...|
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Since the believer's ultimate needs are met through spiritual union with Christ, why be bound by the opinions of others? Why base your value on the acceptance of people? ... The essential condition for freedom from public opinion is to stay focused on Christ as your...
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