Please enjoy today’s collection of our favorite resources to help you grow steadily and fruitfully every day. As you spend time in Scripture and prayer, you will experience growth and blessings as you pursue righteousness!
When we become Christians, we enter into a relationship with God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit that will cause us to grow. With the power of the Holy Spirit, we are called to become more like Jesus and to become more holy. It is this spiritual growth that becomes a birthmark of our faith!
As you give your heart and life to Christ, you will grow as a Christian. Worship and fellowship in a Gospel-preaching church are also necessary for spiritual growth.
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- Songs Of Praise For Today
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Billy Graham reminds us that some Christians have learned little of a daily devotional life. Some time ago a policeman asked him what the secret of victorious living was. He told him that there is no magic formula that can be pronounced. If any word could describe it, he would say surrender. The second word he would say would be devotion. Nothing can take the place of a daily devotional life with Christ. Your quiet time, your prayer time, the time you spend in the Word, is absolutely essential for a happy Christian life. You cannot possibly be a happy, dynamic, and powerful Christian apart from a daily walk with Christ. Christ is calling Christians today to cleansing, to dedication, to consecration, and to full surrender. It will make the difference between success and failure in your spiritual life. It will make the difference between being helped and helping others. It will make a difference in your habits, in your prayer life, in your Bible reading, in your giving, in your testimony, and in your church membership. This is the Christian hour of decision!