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It’s fair to say that how you think determines your actions and builds patterns of behavior. For a Christian, establishing godly life patterns means thinking the right way. The question is, how do you do that—how do you renew your thinking and grow in righteousness?
If you assume practice is key, 1 Peter 5 affirms that. Writing to first-century Christians facing persecution—and to believers of every era—Peter spells out a pattern for renewing the mind to ensure stabilizing spiritual growth in every circumstance. John MacArthur shows you how to cultivate this core stability in A Practical Path to Spiritual Maturity.