Abiding is not a passive act. It means to take an active stance in order to “remain beside”, “to remain in place instead of leaving”, and “to cleave unto” something or someone. Abiding with God takes this concept deeper because He wants us to abide not only with Him, but in Him. In order for us to abide in God, then we must make the time to develop a relationship with Him. This means, we make the time to sit at the Lord’s feet through prayer and to learn about His ways through reading His word, so we can reach the goal of living our “lives in Him, rooted and built up, [and] strengthened in faith” (Colossians 2:6).
God knew we would need scriptures such as this to help us tame our tongues not only with the words we say to others, but also what we think. This Bible Study is focused on helping us to examine the thoughts we think and he words we speak. Throughout this three-part course, we will use Proverbs 18:20-21 as our guide, examining how we can incorporate these wise words into our daily lives.
We must remember the truth about God’s thoughts about us. He confirms His love for us throughout the scriptures. Keep this as a reminder about how God’s word combats the lies of the enemy.
The enemy likes to confuse us by putting his thoughts into our minds, words into our mouths and meditations on our hearts. We must become like warriors, suiting up in the “full armor of God, so that you can take your stand against the devil’s schemes” (Ephesians 6:11).
God knew we would need scriptures such as this to help us tame our tongues not only with the words we say to others, but also what we think. This Bible Study is focused on helping us to examine the thoughts we think and he words we speak.
Mind Your Tongue Bible Study Part I: What Fruit Are You Eating?
When was the last time you paid attention to the words you speak, specifically to yourself? This week, we will dive into the fruit you’re eating (the words you are saying to yourself), and how you can transform those words to create a reality of peace.
“Be still and know I am God” is the message God wants us to internalize (Psalm 46:10). No matter what, Be Still. No matter who, Be still. No matter what was said, Be still.
How many of you feel anxious, stressed out, or even fearful when you think about Monday?
That fear dictates the course of your day and has the ability to create chaos that follows you throughout the week.
If this sounds familiar to you, then this podcast was created specifically to help you tap into the peace God wants to share with you.
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