Did you know that you don’t have to be a missionary or a pastor or even consider yourself in “full time ministry” in order to make a significant kingdom impact on the earth? God has uniquely designed you with your life experiences, your story, your passion, and your specific gifts for a reason. Don’t make
Read Philippians 4:14-23. 1. Are there needs in your life (physical, emotional, spiritual, relational) that you have not yet acknowledged as needs or have pretended you can do without? If so, list them here. 2. Do you believe that God can take care of these needs, or are you trusting in yourself to handle
Read Philippians 4:10-13. 1. List specific areas in your life where you feel weak, whether is in your finances, your spiritual or relational life. 2. According to this passage, where can you find strength to face the challenges that might come your way? 3. Spend a moment with God focusing on where
Read Philippians 4:8-9. 1. Think about the things you think about. How much time is spent focusing on the positive aspects of your life? 2. Make a list of what is right in your life, what is pure, what is admirable, what is excellent or praiseworthy and thank God for these things right now.
Read Philippians 4:4-7. 1. Do you have any anxiety in your life today? What are you worried about? 2. What is your favorite way to rejoice in the Lord? How can you better incorporate a habit of rejoicing into your life? 3. Pray about your situation that is causing you anxiety
If you missed the message that goes with this study, listen here. Read Philippians 4:1-3. 1. Do you love and long for fellowship with your brothers and sisters in Christ? 2. How do you think that two people with different viewpoints can “be of the same mind in the Lord?” 3.
Read Philippians 2:19-30. 1. Name a person(s) in your life who has proven himself or herself a trustworthy and true partner in the faith? 2. How can you honor these honorable people in your life? 3. Ask the Lord to open your eyes to people in your life that you can
Read Philippians 2:14-18. 1. Define “complaining and arguing” as it applies to your life. 2. What kind of good “boasts” can you confidently make today or would like to make in the future? 3. Write a letter to yourself convincing yourself to avoid the pitfalls of complaining and arguing for when
Read Philippians 2:12-13. 1. In this passage, which two individuals are doing the “working”? 2. In what ways have you made the mistake of relying solely on yourself to accomplish God’s purposes? In what ways have you erred on the opposite side thinking that God was going to do everything for you and
Read Philippians 2:5-11. 1. List several ways you remember from scripture or from this passage in which Jesus displayed true humility. 2. Is there anything you may be “clinging to” or “holding on to” that God wants you to let go of in order to gain something better? Ask God about this and record