Obedience Challenge - Day 32
NEW CHRISTIAN BIBLE READING PLAN
Welcome to today's Obedience Challenge! We're beginning an epic, 90 day Journey through the Gospels, learning to love and follow Jesus as his disciples.
The Scripture reading for today is: Mark 4
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TODAY'S COMMAND OF CHRIST TO OBEY:
Today, we're examining at the command of Jesus in Matthew 6:19-21 where Jesus commands us: “Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moths and vermin destroy, and where thieves break in and steal. 20 But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moths and vermin do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal. 21 For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also."
How can a Christian truly keep this command before us, and obey it daily? Watch the video from yesterday learn the primary way we can "storup treasures in heaven."
Why you need a mentor in your discipleship journey:
Reach out: You know why I keep pushing you to stay in contact? Because in 18 years of pastoring, I’ve seen relationship and connection be one of the most important factors in success in walking with God. Don’t slack off... do this walk with Jesus in relationship. ~ Darrell
Other tools available from NewStart Discipleship:
Pursuing Holiness is a 40 day holiness Bible study that teaches on God's holiness, and how he creates it in humans. Taught by Darrell Stetler II, this 40 day discipleship journey for growing Christians will take you deep into the heart of God, seeing the beauty of His holiness, and learning to long for it in your own life. We’ll give holiness definition and clarity, talk about what holiness is and what holiness isn’t, and teach you how to become holy, and grow in holiness. The 40 Day Holiness Bible study deals with questions such as:
What is the definition of holiness?
How does God make us holy?
What is sanctification?
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