How to Grow Spiritually
How To Grow Spiritually
“If anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new” (2 Corinthians 5:17).
Welcome to God’s family! If you prayed to ask Jesus to come into your life, you are now a Christian and part of God’s family. Now you’ll want to grow in your relationship with your Savior and live the life He intends for you. Below are next steps that will help you follow Jesus today, tomorrow, and every day.
We've already sent you an email to help you learn what it looks like to have a relationship with Jesus. Right now, find out four ways you can get started and grow spiritually.
Read The Bible
The Bible is how God chooses to talk to you. He will tell you everything you need to know in order to grow in your spiritual life. Because God speaks through His Word, you will get to know Him better and learn what pleases Him. As you obey His Word, you will grow strong and begin to see true life change through Jesus.
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Begin Living For God
A sure sign of a changed heart is the desire to live for God. What does this mean? It means that you want to please God and to obey Him as best you know how. You will begin to filter your thoughts and actions through God’s Word in order to become a reflection of Jesus Christ.
Share Your Faith
Good news is hard to keep to yourself! God wants you to share your newfound faith with others. You don’t have to wait until you’re an expert in the Bible to witness to others. You can share what you know—your own story of what Jesus has done for you.
Don’t Get Sidetracked
Being a Christian is not always easy. There will be times when you’ll feel pressured to back down or give in. When you became a child of God, you also became an enemy of the devil; and he will try to tempt you into disobeying God. It isn’t a sin to be tempted—even Jesus experienced temptation (see Luke 4:1–3)—but giving in to the temptation is sin. Christians will experience times of testing and trials, but God promises to be with us and give us the strength we need to get through hard times.