Maybe that’s a good metaphor for us. We don’t remain static. We change whether we want to or not. In fact, it’s good to change, or better put…grow.
Scripture speaks that truth. We are to grow in our spiritual life, and within that context our fellowship within the Body, our prayer life, stewardship, and wisdom will be changing (growing) as well. The writer of Hebrews tells us to leave the elementary teachings about Christ and go on to maturity…and God permitting, we will do so.” (Hebrews 6:1-3 NIV)
Let me tell you a little about what you will read here. First, the opinions you read are mine and may or may not be the opinions of Lycoming Christian Church leadership. Because we read the same Bible, and come from the Restoration Movement background, more than likely we will be in agreement. That being aptly stated, if I write something brainless in the future, the imprudence is mine, and mine alone.
· Don’t expect perfect grammer…I’s jus writin as I’s thinkun.
· My opinions are subject to change. Hopefully they will change as I personally “leave the elementary teachings about Christ and go on to maturity.”
· I’ll share with you the books I read, interesting quotes, and an abundance of Scripture.
Feel free to comment, agree, disagree, or tell me I’m nuts, but I reserve the right to delete any comment for any reason whatsoever, (abusive, rude, profane, or anonymous comments) so keep it affirming to Christ. You know, He who reads everything we write... think.... ponder...speak...