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Wherever there is life, there is increase and growth. In Gods kingdom, there is a constant interchange of receiving and returning. Thus the capacity for receiving is increased. As one communicates the heavenly gifts to others, he makes room for fresh supplies to flow into his soul from the living fountain. Greater light, increased knowledge, and blessing are multiplied to him. Whoever is satisfied in receiving and never giving loses his capacity to receive. This is true in temporal as in spiritual things. There can be no life without growth. A plant must either grow or die. As its growth is silent and imperceptible, but continuous, so is the growth of character. The plant grows by receiving that which God has provided to sustain its life. Spiritual growth is attained through cooperation with divine agencies. As the plant takes root in the soil, so we are to take root in Christ. As the plant receives the sunshine, the dew, and the rain, so are we to receive the Holy Spirit. The object of the husbandman in sowing and planting is the production of grainbread for the hungry, and seed for future harvests. So the divine husbandman looks for a harvest. He is seeking to reproduce himself in the hearts and lives of his followers, that through them he may be reproduced in other hearts and lives. Eight Keys takes you step-by-step through the process of spiritual growth and development.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2013
    • Ano:  2018
    • País de Produção: United States
    • Código de Barras:  2020100401222
    • ISBN:  9781490707464

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