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From Childhood to Sonship (A Roadmap for Perfection, Maturity & Inheritance Access)


NB: Apologies for lack of clarity in Sound in early part of video, it gets better

In this exposition at Tehillah Generation Chapel, we discuss a roadmap to Spiritual Growth & Maturity and how it affects how we will be able to access our inheritance in Christ. 
We discuss Growth Markers such as Thought patterns, Ability to Comprehend & Speech in the life of the believer as Paul said "when I was a child, I spoke like a child, thought like a child and understood as a child but when I became a man, I put away childish things"

Key illustrations include Jesus' teaching of the Prodigal Son, who was thought to squander his inheritance because of childishness (called neoteros: recently born) and a refusal of submission to the authority and supervision his Father. His repentant return is met with a full restoration through celebration and a welcome love reunion with his Father.

On the other hand, the elder son couldn't enjoy his inheritance because he operated and held thoughts as just a servant. He didn't seem to cherish his relationship with his father and his other family members but rather sought a meagre accessing of his benefits to be enjoyed with his friends. The response of his Father teaches us that all that belonged to his father, was also his to enjoy as well.
Find attached the notes for the sermon.