How do you respond when you go through storms in life? Emotional storms? Do they drive you closer to God and make you stronger in your convictions? Or do storms leave you shaken and weakened in your faith?
Do you have trouble admitting you need people? Do you prefer to always be the one helping, but never getting the help? We all need somebody to lean on when times get tough. This Bible study will help you learn to rely on God and your friends instead of handling life independently.
It is too easy to go through our busy lives choosing to focus on the myriad of things we have going on and the emotions we feel instead of our relationship with God. But there was a time when you were close to God. Would do anything for Him and worked to be close to him. How do you get there again?
In what area of your life do you need to grow the most? How are you responding to God urging you to grow? This study will help you get excited about growth.
What areas of your character do you believe are mature? How about immature? Read this study to learn about what it takes for your relationship to mature.
Worry often comes from trying to control things we don’t really have control over. Trusting God and letting go becomes much easier when we believe he cares about us, rewards us, and has good plans for our lives.
Do you look forward to praying and believe God listens? Do you pray to God with the same honesty and intensity as when you speak with a close friend?
How are you handling the predominant stresses and emotions in your life? Are they overwhelming you or are you overcoming them?
Exposing sin and dark activity in our lives, and helping others expose the darkness in their lives is how we defeat darkness. As soon as we begin to pray with honesty, vulnerable and transparency with God, we experience God moving and turning painful darkness into the light of hope.
Our sense and desire for destiny, meaning and purpose in our lives goes beyond what can be achieved humanistically. How do you see this desire for the spiritual, unseen and eternal in you? Understanding this, how can you be more spiritual in your thinking and in your way of living?
God loves us and he guides us through discipline and training, just like a father who cares deeply for his children. How and where is God guiding your life?
We all have weaknesses, sins, and challenges. Changing any one of these of significance takes consistent effort over time. Have you ever tried to change something, but given up after a few days? When trying to change, there will always come a time when our faith is tested. It’s only when we persevere daily that we grow stronger and become who God meant us to be.