Royal by Blood is a small group study centered on the subject of the believer's royalty in Christ. The study of 1 Timothy will help to open the spritual eyes of the reader allowing her to see all mankind from the Heavenly King's perspective. This six-week study explores the role of royalty as well as the role of a servant relating this to the role a believer is called to fulfill in God's family. Each week the focus will be on the passage where Paul instructs Timothy to set an example for others to follow. Topic discussed include: eternity in our hearts, gracious speech, abounding in love, increased faith, being pure, as well as others. The reader will learn how to relate to God, family, and friends based on the value God places on His creation. Most importantly, each reader should take away a greater personal value realizing God calls a believer an heir to His royal kingdom. This is an ideal study for high school and college student as well as accountability groups who desire to build self-esteem and stronger relationships. A free Leader's Guide for this study is available at randallhouse.com.
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There's an ache, a longing, a hunger in our being that cries out, "There's got to be more to this life." Often we begin to feel this ache when we encounter disappointment from families, friends, circumstances, and the mirror. This disappointment often creates a longing for more- more love, more joy, more contentment, more beauty, more possessions, or maybe more of something that you can't even define. We just know we want more from what we are already experiencing in life. Something to make us happy. Something to make us content. When you begin to feel this way about life, where do these thoughts eventually lead you? To depression? To the mall? To food? To school work? To music? Sometimes things we do to comfort ourselves become habits in our lives and we don't even know why we do them. Read Ecclesiastes 3:11. The phrase "He has set eternity in the hearts of men" speaks about our God-given longing for more than this temporary life on earth. We're created in such a way that we're never satisfied without God. Nothing on earth will produce lasting contentment.
Table of ContentsIntroduction; Eternity in Our Heart; Gracious Speech; Living Life With a Right Perspective; Abounding in Love; An Increased Faith; Being Pure, Note to Leaders.