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Watching Your Lifestyle

Though many do not like to talk about it, death is a part of man’s existence. It is something that everyone will have to face. Yet, the Christian has hope in Christ that when we depart from this life, we will live again forever with Him. However, numerous individuals live without any regard for their eternal destination.   The Christian has to be on the watch. This is demonstrated in paying attention your lifestyle, manner, and conduct. There are Christians who live as if there is no standard of living for them after they have received Christ. Each of these groups of people are not prepared for their date with destiny; that is, the moment that they will stand before the judgment seat of God and of Christ.                Because of the sure promises of scripture, we must  all prepare (watch) to meet Christ at His return or at our departure from this life. Therefore, we want to give three things that we can do to be prepared for our entrance into eternity. 1. Clothe Ourselves - In

Don’t Stop Growing

Every child that enters into the world is expected to grow. When a child does not grow, it is a sign of a developmental problem. Many Christians are suffering from spiritual developmental problems because they stop growing in the faith. As Christians, we cannot afford to stop growing. We are instructed through the writings of the apostles to grow… But grow in grace, and in the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. To him be glory both now and forever. Amen. 2 Peter 3:18 (KJV) Every Christian is commanded to grow. Jesus taught that every branch (person) in Him is expected to produce fruit. This is a sign of growth. Spiritual growth is challenging process, but has eternal rewards. In striving for personal development, the Christian has to overcome faulty self-perception, the opinions of others, and the lies that the enemy may bring to the mind. Therefore, we want to offer four steps that Christians can employ to stimulate personal growth in their lives and in their walk wit