Christian Character

Christian character is the vibe we give off when obedience to God becomes a lifestyle. How we react to possessions, God, and others all reveals our character.

Day One: Christian Character
Character is defined as strength of moral fiber. A.W. Tozer described character as "the excellence of moral beings." As the excellence of gold is its purity and the excellence of art is its beauty, so the excellence of man is his character...
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Day Two: Stewardship
To discover what the Bible says about stewardship, we start with the very first verse: "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth" (Genesis 1:1). As the Creator, God has absolute rights of ownership over all things...
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Day Three: Communication
The art of Christian communication covers many aspects of the relationship between born-again believers and our relationships with the world at large. There are in the New Testament what are called the "one another commands." These commands, when followed, are a source of correct Christian communication...
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Day Four: Wisdom
All that God deemed essential knowledge for His children is found in His Word — the Bible. Beyond that, all truth is God's. God has, however, revealed His truth to all humans in the things created called general revelation, and in His written Word called special revelation...
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For more, see: "Mindful Pursuit"

Day Five: Spiritual Awareness
Broadly speaking, spiritual awareness is the consciousness of spiritual matters. Because spiritual awareness is such a vague term, it's difficult to know whether everyone who speaks of spiritual awareness has the same thing in mind...
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Day Six: The Intellect
The Bible says that God is a Being with intellect, and He has made a well-ordered universe in which truth can be known and logical rules applied. God is the Creator of the human intellect, giving us the ability to comprehend, think, reason, and remember...
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For more, see: "If I Only was a Brain"

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Published 1-13-16