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"Grow Like Jesus" is the first book to delve into Luke 2:52 a verse that spans the gap between Jesus the child and Jesus at the start of his ministry and unpack its lessons in ways that are simple to understand but deep enough to drive meaningful changes in a person s life. While we don t know if Jesus performed miracles while living in Egypt, or if he caught fireflies at night as a kid, or if he went to sleepovers with his friends, we can be sure he wasn t just hanging around eating lentils and pomegranates. Based on Luke 2:52, we know he was growing in four specific areas: wisdom, stature, favor with God, and favor with people. In other words, he grew intellectually, physically, spiritually and socially. As it turns out, and it shouldn t come as a surprise, continual growth in these four areas will prepare us for success in life as followers of Christ the type of success that can come with hardships but that allows us to know God and make him known. In other words, real success. The practical, applicable and accessible knowledge of "Grow Like Jesus" is perfect for anyone new to a faith in Christ or looking to breathe new life into their existing faith.", "Grow Like Jesus" is the first book to delve into Luke 2:52, ""And Jesus grew in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man."" a verse that spans the gap between Jesus the child and Jesus at the start of his ministry and unpack its lessons in ways that are simple to understand but deep enough to drive meaningful changes in a person s life. While we don t know if Jesus performed miracles while living in Egypt, if he caught fireflies at night as a kid or if he went to sleepovers with his friends, we can be sure he wasn t just hanging around eating lentils and pomegranates. Based on Luke 2:52, we know he was growing in four specific areas: wisdom, stature, favor with God, and favor with people. In other words, he grew intellectually, physically, spiritually and socially. As it turns out (and it shouldn t come as a surprise) continual growth in these four areas will prepare us for success in life as followers of Christ the type of success that allows us to know God and make him known; in other words, real success. The practical, applicable and accessible knowledge of "Grow Like Jesus" is perfect for anyone new to a faith in Christ or looking to breathe new life into their existing faith.", Grow Like Jesus is the first book to delve into Luke 2:52--a verse that spans the gap between Jesus the child and Jesus at the start of his ministry--and unpack its lessons in ways that are simple to understand but deep enough to drive meaningful changes in a person's life. While we don't know if Jesus performed miracles while living in Egypt, or if he caught fireflies at night as a kid, or if he went to sleepovers with his friends, we can be sure he wasn't just hanging around eating lentils and pomegranates. Based on Luke 2:52, we know he was growing in four specific areas: wisdom, stature, favor with God, and favor with people. In other words, he grew intellectually, physically, spiritually and socially. As it turns out, and it shouldn't come as a surprise, continual growth in these four areas will prepare us for success in life as followers of Christ--the type of success that can come with hardships but that allows us to know God and make him known. In other words, real success. The practical, applicable and accessible knowledge of Grow Like Jesus is perfect for anyone new to a faith in Christ or looking to breathe new life into their existing faith., Grow Like Jesus is the perfect book for anyone who is new to a faith in Christ or for anyone looking to breathe new life into dry bones of their existing faith. It is the first book to look at Luke 2:52--a verse that spans the gap between Jesus the child and Jesus at the start of his ministry--and unpack its lessons in ways that are simple to understand but deep enough to drive meaningful changes in person's life. While we don't know if Jesus performed miracles while living in Egypt or if he caught fireflies at night as a kid or if he went to sleepovers with his friends, we can be sure he wasn't just hanging around eating lentils and pomegranates. Based on Luke 2:52, we know he was growing in four specific areas: wisdom, stature, favor with God, and favor with people. In other words, he grew intellectually, physically, spiritually and socially. As it turns out, and it shouldn't be a surprise, growth in these four areas continues to prepare us for success in life as followers of Christ--the type of the success that can come with hardships but that allows us to know God and make him known. In other words, real success.


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