“God transforms his children.”

God is a God whose nature it is to transform. Just as it is in God’s nature to speak to us and listen to us, it is also a part of who he is to transform us into his image. Every relationship leaves its imprint on our lives. To be in close relationship with someone is to be changed by them. This is all the more true in our relationship with God. To be close to him, and love him, naturally results in being transformed by him. As his children, we ought to expect this transformation and pursue it through diligent heart work.

Application Questions

1. How have you seen God’s transformation in your life in the past?

2. What are the things you want to change in your life?

·      Whose glory are they for?

·      Where do you look for help to change?

3. Do you expect transformation in the next six-months? Why or why not?

Scott Mehl

Scott serves the church by overseeing leadership, development, global ministries, and counseling/discipleship.

Additional sermonss that might be of interest.