Discipleship Training Your Soul

A SEED OF DESTRUCTION  As a young man I believed I had a clear call to preach the gospel. I took every opportunity that came my way to be used by God in the preaching ministry. When I preached, people seemed to be blessed, and some were saved through my messages. But all the while I sensed something vital was missing.  Eventually,

Although the phrase “training your soul” isn’t in the Bible, the principle of soul training is very scriptural. A key passage in the Bible is Paul’s prayer in 1 Thessalonians 5:23 “And the very God of peace sanctify you wholly; and I pray your whole spirit and soul and body be preserved blameless unto the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.”  Throughout

When a man comes to Christ his spirit receives life and acknowledges, usually in a whisper, but sometimes with a shout, “There is a God and He has saved me.” Then often the intellect rises up in rebellion, causing the new believer to doubt his salvation by loudly proclaiming, “Yes, there is a Supreme Being, somewhere, but you can’t possibly

The early days of my Christian experience overflowed with feelings of happiness and peace, the result of entering a newfound relationship with God. But before long these feelings faded as I discovered myself doing, thinking and wanting some of the same things as I did before coming to the Lord. Perhaps you have experienced this, too. Often this is because

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