Mature Thinking (Part 2)
As children get older and grow up, their priorities often shift. They stop wanting to play with toys, and they begin investing their time and energy into things that are more worthwhile. They also grow in their understanding of how to live life as they gain wisdom and experience. The same thing is supposed to occur spiritually. We go from spiritual children - who think and act like children - to spiritual adults - who think and act maturely. What does this kind of thinking look like once this period of growth is completed? Ryan explains in part two of a two-part message from Philippians 3:12-16 entitled, "Mature Thinking."