Growth

 

 

Growth

Our adventure of faith begins with being born again. It takes place on a spiritual level and opens to a process of growth. It is the whole walk of sanctification. God’s plan is to bring us to the stature of Christ. Jesus himself said that all who believe in Him will do not only the works that He accomplished but they will do even greater works. What an agenda!

We move forward step by step. As I like to say, “The best is ahead of us!” When we have reached a stage of growth and think it is good, God invites us to extend the poles of our tent (Isaiah 52:2). At each stage, we grow in heart knowledge of who God is, who Jesus is, and we refine our collaboration with the Holy Spirit.

In this way trust will grow in His Word and promises and where trust is, faith can blossom.

My desire is that, through my blog, the love of The Word will grow in you. May the Holy Spirit strengthen your faith and take you further into the freedom and authority you have as a child of God to practice the deeds God has prepared in advance for you (see Ephesians 2:10).

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