|After I'm Born Again, Then What?|
If you have received Him, would you be willing to commit to receiving Him in a deeper, more fulfilling way?
The relationship in which God is interested is an ongoing and increasingly more intimate relationship. If you aren't experiencing that, then you have stopped listening to His voice. He always calls you to a closer walk with Him.
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When we are born again by believing Jesus, we immediately become a member in particular of the Body of Christ. We are taken out of the family of Satan and added to the family of God. We become a precious stone in the temple that God is building. We become a member of the Church, which is the called out people of God. We are now built on the foundation of Jesus Christ. We are the chosen of God.
Last updated: Oct, 2011
Wash Each Other With the Word (poem)
How can I become more humble and lowly?
Toons & Vids
Yes, we really are born again for the purpose of growing to fullness in Christ
Is our walk really progressive from faith to faith or is it just about getting born again?
Spiritual Exercise Causes You To Grow In Christ.
After I'm Born Again, Then What?
Really true--we are to be conformed to the image of Jesus
There Are Many Types Of Spiritual Exercise That God Has Given For Building Ourselves Up In The Most Holy Faith.
Answer to Critic
Appeal to Possibility
Argument to the Future
Love Between a Man and Woman
Righteousness & Holiness
Proof by Atheism
Scriptures About Marriage
The Reason for Rejecting Truth
Witness on the Internet
Flaky Human Reasoning
How Do You Know?
The Real Purpose of the Church
The Real Purpose of Life
From Glory to Glory
REAL Faith--What it IS & IS NOT
REAL Love--What it IS & IS NOT
How to be Led by God
How to Witness
Wisdom: Righteousness & Reality
Holiness & Mind/Soul
Redemption: Free From Sin
Stories Versus Revelation
Circular Reasoning-Who is Guilty?
How Can We Know Anything?
Mind Designed to Relate to God
Answers for the Confused
Fossil Record Says: "Creation"
Avoid These Pitfalls
Public School's Religion
Public School Failures