Keys to Spiritual Maturity
The goal of every Christian is to grow. Spiritual maturity is not automatic, discipline, commitment and desire are all in ingredients towards development. Many Christians are VICTIMS rather than VICTORS! Why? No spiritual maturity.
Acts 2:40-47 gives us a glimpse into the life of the early Church. We see 4 Key Elements that the early Christians were committed to. The results, ‘signs & wonders’.
4 Key Elements to Spiritual Maturity
1. APOSTLES DOCTRINE - 2 Timothy 3:14-17
- These are the writing contained in the New Testament.
- This is the Message shared by the Living Day Apostles.
- Knowing how to use the Word in our lives personally and in our witness.
2. FELLOWSHIP - Ephesians 4:11-16
- Church Life is place for preparation and continuation.
- Causes us to look beyond ourselves and be involved with others.
- Encourages us and completes us as we are connected to the Body of Christ.
3. COMMUNION - 1 Corinthians 11:23-26
- Identifies with the Life of Jesus Christ.
- Pursues intimacy with the Holy Spirit.
- Discerns that our future destiny is eternity with God.
4. PRAYERS - Matthew 6:6-15
- Our Daily Bread which feeds our spiritual life.
- Changes things in the spirit and guards us from trouble in the natural.
- Communicates with God intimately.
We should all being growing as Christians and developing a spiritual a maturity that is able to live in victory, overcome the devil and bear much fruit for God’s Kingdom.