When Faith Grows Up | Psalm 131

  1. Grown up faith denounces pride
    • Humble your attitude
    • Humble your ambitions
  1. Grown up faith embraces contentment
    • Learn how to relate to yourself
    • Learn how to relate to the Lord
  1. Grown up faith practices hope
    • Expect the Lord to take care of you today
    • Expect the Lord to take care of you tomorrow

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  • [Tweet “Psalm 131 is both by David and about David: he is the author and the subject of it, and many incidents of his life may be employed to illustrate it.” Charles Haddon Spurgeon”]
  • [Tweet “It is the will of God to have the Spirit of God to use the word of God to make the children of God look like the Son of God.” @hbcharlesjr”]
  • [Tweet “At every stage of our Christian development and in every sphere of our Christian discipleship, pride is our greatest enemy and humility is our greatest friend.” John Stott”]
  • [Tweet “All that we are and say and do and think and feel flows from what is in our hearts.” @hbcharlesjr”]
  • [Tweet “The difference between God and us is, God never thinks that He is us. @hbcharlesjr”]
  • [Tweet “Grown up faith does not occupy itself with things that are too great and too marvelous. Grown up faith trusts that God has everything under control.” @hbcharlesjr”]
  • [Tweet “You cannot ask God to set you free if you are holding on to the things that have you bound.” @hbcharlesjr”]