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Remnant: Learning From The Passionate Apostle
To say the apostle Peter was passionate about following Jesus Christ and advancing the Gospel would be an understatement. The man tried to walk on water to get to Jesus, cut a guy’s ear off for trying to arrest Jesus, and allowed himself to be crucified upside down for his faith, but Peter’s journey didn’t happen overnight. Don’t be intimidated by Peter’s headlines. Read his backstory and be encouraged.
Finish: Imitating An Imperfect King
Ever heard of David, the shepherd boy turned king? God’s chosen one? Jesus’ great-great-great-something grandfather on his stepfather Joseph’s side? David’s story is fascinating. He made mistakes—big ones—but he never failed to humble himself, confess his sin, and start fresh, letting God do whatever He wanted to do with and through him. Want to know what it looks like to live for God’s glory? Focus on King David.
One: Responding to the One True God
The idea that God is whoever/whatever you want Him to be and people can reach Him however they want is comfortable, but dangerous. Like it or not, there’s One True God, only one way to know Him, and only one way to live a life that positively impacts eternity. Embrace the truth revealed in this study so you can rest assured your eternity is truly secure.
Thirst: The Story Of The Samaritan Woman
The Bible is full of heroes—made so by the power of God in response to their faith—but it’s also full of ordinary people struggling to accept the profound truth of God’s love for them. The Samaritan woman is one such character. Study her story, see yourself in it, and discover God’s best for your life like she did.
Spin: Becoming Clay In The Hands Of The Potter
We are all God’s creation, formed from dust. By itself, dust is useless, but when we put our faith in Jesus’ death and resurrection for salvation from the consequences of sin, the Living Water that is Jesus Christ turns ordinary dust into usable clay. In this study, you’ll discover what God has in mind for you and your role in the transformation process.
Kindred: The Cost of Loving Jesus
Loving Jesus isn’t all sunshine, roses, and worship songs. Doing it properly takes time, effort, and sacrifice, and God doesn’t accept half-hearted worship. You’re either all in or all out. Fortunately, you don’t have to go it alone. In this study, discover what God expects from those who wish to serve Him and how He expects us to accomplish it.
Sent: Eavesdropping On Jesus
You’ve heard people talk about God and Jesus, but what if you had the chance to hear Jesus talk to God about you? Would you take it? What if you knew what you heard would be good? In this study, you’ll get the chance to eavesdrop on Jesus and discover just how much He loves you. It’s an opportunity you don’t want to miss!
1Q: Following Jesus for Real
The desire to become Jesus’ disciple (student) is a natural byproduct of salvation through faith in His death and resurrection, but the choice to follow Him is a moment by moment matter of will that forces us to lean on God’s power. Only when we are reunited with Jesus will the struggle end. In this study, you will discover whether or not you are a genuine follower of Jesus Christ.
Consumed: Living for God's Glory
Human beings are consumers, takers of things, but we are also consumed by the things we take, which require something in exchange. Sadly, most of what we spend ourselves on is temporary and fails to fulfill. Only when we spend ourselves on God do we reap what is lasting and satisfying. In this study, you’ll discover the miracle that takes place when you become consumed with God’s glory.
Graze: Finding Satisfaction in the Shepherd
It’s a scary world out there! In this study, you’ll discover why those who belong to God have no reason to fear and whether or not you are one of them.
Undiscovered Territory: Discovering God Through Pray
Like anything else, prayer takes practice. While there’s no real wrong way to do it—we all fall at different places in the learning curve and God is patient—there’s definitely a better way, one that will allow you to participate in God’s plan with confidence. In this study, learn how to improve your prayer life.
Echo: Impacting Future Generations
Those of us who have put our faith in Jesus for salvation were rescued from the consequences of sin for a reason, to focus the attention of others on God’s divine perfection. In this study, you’ll discover what it takes to glorify God so effectively the reverb will be felt by future generations.
Drive: Learning from the Apostles
If you’ve put your faith in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ for your salvation from the consequences of sin, then you’ve been called to more than a life of restful exemption from hell. You’ve been called to action. In this study, you’ll read the calling stories of the twelve apostles and discover what it means to live out your calling by following their journey.
The Discovery: Exploring God’s Call On Your Life
Welcome! We are so excited that you want to explore God’s unique plan for your life. Remember, ultimately, the goal of this reading plan is not to figure out what your future job might be, but to hear from God about what it means to be called, so make sure to give it your best effort! Enjoy the journey! Here are just a few tips as you jump in: • Come prepared mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. • Shut out all distractions. • Start with prayer. Keep communication between you and God open and easy by confessing any unconfessed sin, accepting His forgiveness, and asking Him to speak to your heart through Bible study. • Take your time. Read all of the verses listed, listen for God’s voice. You may want to write in a journal as you go so you can track your spiritual progress and remember what God says to you.
The Pursuit: Chasing After Your New Life In Christ
Now that you are a Christian, you may be asking questions. What just happened? How do I learn more about God? If you will plan to spend at least five or ten minutes a day alone with God reading this short Bible study, you will learn a lot about God and what has just happened in your life.