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BIBLE CLASS SERIES: JOSHUA

LESSON 3: GROWING UP IN CHRIST

TITLE: MARKS OF MATURITY

(Ephesians 4:11-14)

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CLASS BY: Jon Rowe | 4/24/2024

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GROWING UP IN CHRIST LESSON 3

MARKS OF MATURITY

(Ephesians 4:11-14)

Introduction: Maturity is the ongoing process of moving toward an advanced level in our thinking and acting

(Philippians 3:15-16, Hebrews 5:13-14).

1. SERVICE TOWARD OTHERS ADVANCEMENT (4:11-12):
A. Equipping saints.
B. Evangelizing sinners.
C. Encouraging saints.

2. SUPPORT OF THE BODY ADVANCEMENT (4:12-13):
A. Building up the body.
B. Bringing brethren together.
C. Bringing about wisdom.

3. STABILITY OF SELF ADVANCEMENT (4:13-14):
A. Being strong in Christ.
B. Being sound in doctrine.

CONCLUSION: Which mark of maturity do you need to grow in the most?

BIBLE CLASS SERIES: JOSHUA

LESSON 2: GROWING UP IN CHRIST

TITLE: INDICATIONS OF INFANCY

(1 Corinthians 3:1-4)

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CLASS BY: Jon Rowe | 4/17/2024

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GROWING UP IN CHRIST LESSON 2

INDICATIONS OF INFANCY (1 Corinthians 3:1-4)
Introduction: We need to be concerned about Christians who remain infants for too long.

1. SELF-CENTERED ATTITUDES IN CHRISTIANS:
A. Concerned with self rather than service (Philip. 2:3-4).
B. Craves attention rather than edification (1 Cor. 14:26).
C. Capable of being easily offended rather than enduring all things (1 Corinthians 13:5-7).

2. STRIFE-DRIVEN ATTITUDES IN CHRISTIANS:
A. Concerned with arguments rather than action (1 Timothy 2:23-26).
B. Considers things critically rather than carefully (John 7:21-24).
C. Creates problems rather than peace (Romans 14:19-21).

3. SIGHT-ORIENTED ATTITUDES IN CHRISTIANS:
A. Looks to men rather than the Master (1 Cor. 3:4).
B. Listens to the world rather than the Word (Rom. 12:2).

CONCLUSION: Growth in the body happens when individuals grow up in Christ (Ephesians 4:14-16).

BIBLE CLASS SERIES: JOSHUA

LESSON 1: GROWING UP IN CHRIST

TITLE: THE GOAL OF GROWTH

(Ephesians 4:15-16)

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CLASS BY: Jon Rowe | 4/10/2024

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GROWING UP IN CHRIST LESSON 1

THE GOAL OF GROWTH
(Ephesians 4:15-16)

Introduction: Our emphasis needs to be on the salvation of
individual souls, leading to the growth of the body as a whole.

1. EXPLANATION OF GROWTH (Ephesians 4:11-16):
A. Equipping the saints for ministry (11-12)
B. Edifying the body of Christ (12)
C. Establishing maturity (13-16)
2. EVIDENCES OF GROWTH:
A. Passion for righteousness (Matthew 5:6)
B. Progression in faith, hope, and love (2 Thess. 1:3-4)
C. Participation in the ministry of the church (Eph. 4:12)

3. ELEMENTS OF GROWTH:
A. The Word of God (1 Peter 2:1-3)
B. The worship of God (Hebrews 10:22-25)
C. The worries of life (James 1:2-4)
D. The work of saints (Ephesians 4:12)

CONCLUSION: Are you doing your share to cause the growth of the body (Ephesians 4:16)?

BIBLE CLASS SERIES: JOSHUA

LESSON 13: Claiming Your Victory

TITLE: JOSHUA POINTS US TO JESUS

(Joshua 1-24)

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CLASS BY: Jon Rowe | 4/3/2024

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JOSHUA – Claiming Your Victory LESSON 13

JOSHUA POINTS US TO JESUS

(Joshua 1-24)

Introduction: The book of Joshua was probably written by Joshua (see “we” in 5:1 and “us” in 5:6), except the last few verses that record his death. It was not intended to be a biography, although it certainly tells us much about his godly life. The story line is about Israel conquering and claiming the Promised Land. Yet, Joshua’s life and ministry point us to Jesus. As we summarize our study of Joshua, let’s consider three main points:

1. JOSHUA’S PREPARATION:
A. His Suffering:
1) Born into Egyptian slavery.
2) Bound for glory (2 Corinthians 4:17)
B. His Submission:
1) Under Moses (Exodus 24:13)
2) Under God (Joshua 1:7)
C. His Suspension:
1) Waiting on the Lord.
2) Waiting on the Lord’s People (Luke 9:41)

2. JOSHUA’S PRINCIPLES:
A. His Courage:
1) Fighting the enemy (Joshua 1:9)
2) Facing your own people (Joshua 17:14-18)
B. His Consistency in Planning (Joshua 1:10-11)
C. His Commitment to God’s Glory (Joshua 3:10)

3. JOSHUA’S PRACTICES:
A. He walked with God (Joshua 11:15)
B. He didn’t quit (Joshua 8:1)
C. He got others involved (Joshua 1:16-18)
D. He was concerned about the future (Joshua 23-24)

CONCLUSION: Set your sights on serving the Lord (Joshua 3:5).

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