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Sunday Seminar 8:
The Care And Feeding Of Baby Christians

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© 1997 G. Edwin Lint

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John 3:3-7, 1 Peter 2:2

If you are born again, you are in the Family of God Where . .
-- God is your Father.
-- Jesus Christ is your Elder Brother.
-- All other born-again believers are your brothers and sisters in Christ.
-- And the church is your mother.

If you recently accepted Jesus Christ as your personal Savior, you are a Baby Christian. During your spiritual infancy:

-- You are in a group with a high mortality rate. Satan will do his best to cause your spiritual death because he knows how weak and vulnerable you are.

-- You will need special food at frequent intervals. Peter calls this special food the "milk of the Word". 1 Peter 2:2.

-- You will need lots of tender loving care from your mother and your brothers and sisters. You get TLC automatically from your Father and your Elder Brother, if you want it.

-- You will need spiritual discipline. As babies grow older they make mistakes and get into trouble. Your mother will have to be very careful in providing the right type and amount of discipline. Your Father will love you very much but He will discipline you, also--when you need it.

-- You will need lots of instruction. Sunday school, Bible studies, and worship services will provide you with many valuable learning experiences.

-- You will learn to have fun with your spiritual family. Being a baby Christian isn't all discipline and learning. There will be many chances for social interaction with your new brothers and sisters. One simple way to get to know your family a little better is to hang around after church and talk to people. You'll soon find yourself a part of the social life of the church.

For more information, read:

First Steps for Baby Christians.


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