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• Memory Section Isaiah 50:4
The Lord GOD has given Me the tongue of disciples, That I may know how to sustain the weary one with a word. He awakens Me morning by morning, He awakens My ear to listen as a disciple. (Isaiah 50:4)
• Focusing only on Christ
Some of us have been greatly affected by popular theories, music and world opinion. The clearer we identify that which has impacted our lives, the easier it is to see what Jesus says about that teaching and reject it if necessary. In your journal, write down those people and ideas which have greatly shaped you. Ask your mentor, elder or pastor what Jesus might say about such people, movements or ideas. Learn from Jesus.
• Morning by Morning
Our closeness with the Lord depends on the frequency we meet closely with God in Christ through the Holy Spirit. Establishing a daily morning time with Him is essential for healthy growth. Plan to spend at least 15 minutes with the Lord reading His Word, praying and listening.
Did He say anything? Try not to leave His presence without gaining one special insight from your time together with Him each day. Keep track by writing relevant thoughts down and remembering it throughout the day. And of course, pray about that item.
Progress on projects should be recorded in a spiritual journal of some type.
A strategic basic discipleship series designed to help Christians grow not only in their relationship with God but also with other people. Each section uses a familiar relationship to bring out basic but very practical Biblical teaching.
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Scriptures typically quoted from the New American Standard Bible unless noted:
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