Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Wednesday Wonderful Words


I've always heard that anything that's alive will exhibit growth!
Ladies, are you growing in the Lord?
Are you even trying to grow in the Lord?
Are you spending time in the Word regularly?
How is your prayer life?

Do you commune with your Saviour?

Listen to the very last words ever written by Simon Peter, the best known Disciple of our Lord.
"But grow in grace, and in the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. To him be glory both now and for ever. Amen." 2nd Peter 3:18

Now that main verb ... "grow" ... is set in the imperative mood, expressing a command!
It basically means "to increase!"
God is not requesting us to grow.
He expects it!
He even commands it!
Are you growing?

This is such a good study on growth, it came from a Godly lady that has gone home to be with the lord, but the word still remains, effective, and effectuel. I love God's word how about you, are you growing in grace, in faith, in obedience to our lord Jesus Christ, may we all grow more, and be more aware of what our lord expects from us. God bless you this Wednesday, and I do pray that this message will be taken to heart, and applied by us all, have a wonderful prayer meeting tonight, and let us all worship God in Spirit and truth.

Be blessed and be a blessings, Barbara


Sharon said...

What a wonderful post. I try to commune and grow with my Lord.
It does not hurt to have someone remind us daily/

Goose Hill Farm said...

Good morning, Barbara~

What a great reminder post to start the morning! I don't always spend time with my Savior like I should, but He is always on my mind and in my heart!


Grace on the Narrow Path said...

I pray I am growing on my grace walk. I love HIM so ... I see HIS children are loving and growing and I am so happy to be part of HIS family.
God bless you my sister in Christ.

Anonymous said...

This post was a blessing to me. Thank you!

Theresa said...

Oh yes; He must increase and I must decrease!

Anonymous said...


I always try to be closer to my Lord, but your words were still a great encouragement to me. :)


-Lady Rose

Toyin O. said...

Our spiritual growth is so important, thanks for sharing.

Grammy Blick said...

I ask our teens, "Have you learned something new today?" I'm going to change that to everyone one I meet since even we aged women should be learning something new -- and sharing what we've learned -- every single day. Starting with our Lord each morning, we can learn what He has in store for us. What a blessing!!