Essay On Spiritual Journey

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My spiritual journey of faith has turned me into more of a “mutt” than a “purebred” Christian because of the variety of denominations and international churches that I have experienced so far in my life. For starters, I grew up in a “every Sunday” church family. In fact, I was at church the very next Sunday after being born. My first church was part of the Assemblies of God. However, a few years later my parents divorced and we ended up at a non-denomination church, where I spent the next 20 years. All through my childhood, I heard about Jesus and I remember being about four years old when my mother knelt beside me as I prayed the “sinners prayer” and asked Jesus to be my Lord and Savior. I cannot say that it was the most powerful moment of my life; yet it was very significant start to my spiritual journey. This journey has allowed me to see the Holy Spirit bring Jesus alive in my life, call me into ministry, show me the works of the Holy Spirit, and become the voice that leads me every day. First of all, I was your average churched kid, creating as much mischief as the next little boy. Thanks be to God that I had a praying mother who kept me in church and showed me the value of scripture and prayer in daily life. It was not until 9th grade camp that …show more content…
I believe God’s Spirit moves in each of those people groups in a way that opens their hearts to his grace and freedom. I pray that I will not get in the way of the Holy Spirit’s work and that I will not get in the way of others finding Jesus. The Holy Spirit has given me a faith that Jesus is alive, I am called by Jesus, miracles still happen today, and he speaks into my everyday life. I believe that it is through the Holy Spirit’s work that has brought me this far and I believe he will continue my journey even

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