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Did you want to "grow up" as a child? Many hindrances to our spiritual progress come from our spiritual immaturity. Growing up (spiritually) simply means becoming more and more like Jesus Christ, taking on His ways and doing what we know He would do. As babies we are out for our own selfish fulfillment. Nothing else matters as long as we are satisfied. But we can’t afford to spend our lives catering to our own needs. When we grow up, we see people differently and approach them with more compassion.

God’s gifts to us are given through His Spirit to grow us. It is our responsibility to develop them through the help of faithful teachers/leaders, prayer, study of the Word and the help of His Holy Spirit. These gifts help us to accomplish things we couldn’t before. You have been given spiritual gifts. Do you know what they are? Have you asked the Lord to develop them in you? Are you ready to grow?

Read: John 15:8, 1 Peter 4:10, Romans 11:29

Meditate: Am I committed to growing? Read John 15:8 again and evaluate the ‘fruit’ of your life. Have I grown in the past 3-6 months, year, 5 years spiritually or am I at the same place?

Action Point - Review our key verse (1 Corinthians 12:1). Somebody once said, “Don’t go through life. Grow through life”. Think about how you growing through spiritual gifts honors God. Commit to developing your spiritual gifts and stretching your spiritual muscles farther than where you have been before.
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DAY TWO - Inconsolable

Ever felt your heart would never heal? You may have seen a child crying inconsolably (they could not be comforted), or even experienced that heartache yourself.

Jesus told His disciples He was going away and they could not come. They did not understand, were sad and needed consolation. It was in this setting He explained that they would receive the Holy Spirit. Later, He told them that the Spirit they would receive would be His Spirit living within them (John 14:17)!

They would not be orphans. He would be within them by His Spirit all the time. The inconsolable would be comforted and empowered to keep His commandments and continue His ministry. The Comforter had come.

Read: John 7:39; 14:17-18, 21

Meditate: Do I ever feel hopeless? Have I ever focused on my hurt until that's all I could see? Is God greater than my heart? Do I act like God's love is unconditional? Is there anything in my heart that I don't allow God to heal and comfort?

Action Point - Review our key verse (Romans 8:9). Take time to pray and ask God to reveal any brokenness in your heart (relationship, fears, disappointments, self-worth). Ask God to fill you with His Spirit, and heal hurt. Reach out and comfort someone today.
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