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Lack of spiritual growth results in death. ~ Pastor Paul Barber, Lewiston, ID, February 23, 1992 

 

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Trust in circumstances will get you every time. Placing your trust in life is the same. The only way is to place your trust in God! It’s the only way! ~ Pastor Paul Barber, Lewiston, ID, February 23, 1992 

 

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Proper attitudes help us see possibilities and potential.  

 

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Don’t waiver between the ways of the world and the ways of God! Are you properly centered in the ways of God? No question? ~ Pastor Paul Barber, Lewiston, ID, February 23, 1992 

 

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It takes courage to keep from being discouraged. ~ Rev. Lonnie Bullock, Ross Point Camp, Post Falls, ID, May 16, 2017 

 

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Works and love are some of the prime characteristics of the Christian who is growing daily. A “Christian” who fails to change, to grow, is more than likely in real trouble. In fact, they probably better come up short and consider whether or not they are really a Christian! ~ Pastor Paul Barber, Lewiston, ID, February 23, 1992 

 

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Just where are we in relationship to God? He is not interested in a ceremonial/ritualistic relationship with us. How often did God tell the people He was not interested in their burnt offerings? He wanted the love of the people! He wanted their love and commitment to be clearly demonstrated by  continued growth throughout the spiritual life of each person. ~ Pastor Paul Barber, Lewiston, ID, February 16, 1992 

 

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If there is no growth, there is no life! ~ Pastor Paul Barber, Lewiston, ID, February 16, 1992 

 

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The Christian life was never meant to be entered into and then stopped. Growth must follow. As with physical life, there must be growth or life is stunted.

 

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We need to live a lifestyle of trusting in God. Quit trying to dig your own spiritual path. That won’t work. Trust in God, and “lean not on your own understanding”. If you make it a practice to do that, God will clear your path and make it straight! 

 

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