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Marks of Maturity: Part 3 – Failure & Success

Marks of Maturity: Part 3 – Failure & Success

Dealing with Failure Are you ready to quit when you fail? God Himself looked like a failure when He was upon the cross. Failure is necessary in order to experience the fellowship of Christ’s sufferings. (Philippians 3:10). In times of failure we need that violence of spirit mentioned in Matthew 11:12, that Holy Ghost aggressiveness and determination that...

Marks of Maturity: Part 2 – Time

Marks of Maturity: Part 2 – Time

How well do we manage our time? Have we made Jesus Lord of our time? Time is God’s gift to us. Eternity is not concerned with time, but time is the most valuable thing that God has entrusted to us here on earth. It is a stewardship, and a divine trust! It cannot be bought or borrowed! God will ask us what we have done with our time! We putter away so much...

Daily Trust and Obedience in God

Daily Trust and Obedience in God

“Oh Lord, I know that the way of man is not in himself, it is not in man that walketh to direct his step.” (Jeremiah 10:23). Man’s Inadequacy This limitation of man’s ability to direct his steps is something we must realise, but in the age in which we find ourselves it is a very difficult thing to come to grips with. We live in an age when emphasis is...

The Double Portion of the Firstborn

The Double Portion of the Firstborn

In scripture the eldest or firstborn son inherited special privileges. The position was one of great honor and responsibility. In the absence of the father he had authority over his brethren. For example, in the Book of Genesis it was Rueben, the firstborn, who saved Joseph from being killed by his brothers, Genesis 37:21-22. The firstborn also had special...

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