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COVENANT STEPS TO GROWING IN GRACE- Bishop David Oyedepo

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Bishop David Oyedepo was at the 25th Anniversary of Dunamis International Gospel Center in Abuja. He spoke on the steps to growing in grace and below are the steps.

  1. Be committed to engaging the fear of God as a lifestyle
    2 Peter 3:17-18
    Grace cannot grow with sin
    We cannot fulfil our destiny in Christ without grace.
  2. . Be committed to a life of continuous yearning or increase in the Word (2 Peter 1:3
  3. Be committed to a lifestyle of meekness Numbers 12:3
    It takes meekness to keep learning
    It takes a lot of meekness to keep learning
  4. Be committed to building your faith Ephesians 2:8
    Faith is in levels – little faith, great faith, very great faith, and exceeding great faith.
  5. Be committed to a lifestyle of prayers (Hebrews. 4:16)
  6. Be committed to a tireless and fruitful stewardship lifestyle (1 Corinthians 15:10
  7. Be committed in growing your love for God. Romans 8:35. As we grow in love we begin to increase our Divine content until we are filled with the goodness of God
  8. Be committed to a lifestyle of delightsome obedience to every instruction. John 5:30
    Grace grows with obedience.
  9. Be committed to maintaining a good conscience at all times (1 Timothy 1:19
    Anyone without a good conscience is headed for a crash
  10. Be committed to a lifestyle of giving 2 Corinthians 8:1-4,7
    Giving is behind the lifestyle of abundance
    When you give cheerfully and excitedly you are provoking the grace for supernatural abundance
    God’s prosperity plan is not a promise so it does not answer to prayer or fasting, it is a covenant
    so until you do your part, God will not do His part
  11. Be committed to a lifestyle of joy and rejoicing to keep the grace flowing. Deuteronomy 28:47-48
    Where our joy ends is where our harvest is lost
  12. Every change of level in our walk with God must be promptly acknowledged to avoid a crash Jeremiah 13:15-17
    Giving is behind the lifestyle of abundance

The grace of God is transferable and it is usually transferred from a higher source (Hebrews 7:7
There is no finish line in the school of wisdom; you just keep growing in it
You always get more than your source when you get truly connected;
You don’t have a spare life so don’t let the one you have get wasted
Maintain good will as a way of life

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