Tag Archives: discipline

Slow Growth in a Fast World

Growth in the Christian life doesn’t just happen, and it certainly doesn’t happen quickly.   Simply growing older doesn’t bring maturity in faith and understanding. Continue reading

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The Delight of Discipline

This is the beauty of Discipline. The practiced, purposeful, and dedicated commitment to a task, even when the heart isn’t there yet, will ultimately lead to heartfelt participation. Continue reading

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Guilt is Not A Fruit of the Spirit

With my whole heart I seek you; let me not wander from your commandments! I have stored up your word in my heart, that I might not sin against you. (Psalm 119:10–11) “The road to godliness is one of discipline, … Continue reading

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Ethan’s Aphorisms

Proverbial observations from the Pastor’s Desk. Continue reading

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The Danger of Praying for Holiness

What we find is that God often uses means and methods that we would never consider to answer our prayers and to bring us to holiness in Him. Continue reading

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Be Diligent

The foundation of our diligence is not in the motivation, nor is it in the act of discipline. The foundation of our diligence is His grace. Continue reading

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Take Care of Yourself

It is not great talents God blesses so much as likeness to Jesus. R.M. M’Cheyne Continue reading

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