Help people develop a consistent daily time with the Lord by getting into His Word (Matthew 6:33). As you do this you will break free from addictions and the ways of the world (John 8:31-32). You will also learn how to stay on the path God has planned for you (Jeremiah 29:11 and 13).
Drive people to the Word of God developing a foundation of why we need to get into the Word (Matthew 6:33), who the Word is (John 1:1), that God does have a plan for our lives (Jeremiah 29:11), that obedience is the key to finding this plan (John 14:21), being able to be led by His Spirit (Romans 8:14), and how to truly overcome sin (1 John 5:4-5 and John 16:33). By staying in the Word of God and doing what it says, we choose (Deuteronomy 30:19-20) to stay on the path of life that God has for us (Matthew 7:13-14).
What to Expect:
- Week 1 – Why Get in the Word of God
- Week 2 – God has a Plan for Your Life – The Narrow Path
- Week 3 – Obedience – Evidence of Salvation and What Keeps Us on the Path
- Week 4 – Memorize the Word – Be on the Offensive
- Week 5 – How to Overcome Sin and Live Victoriously
- Day 1 of Week: Video, Dive Deeper Reading, Scripture to Memorize
- Days 2-6 of Week: Question each day with Scriptures and Dive Deeper Reading
- Days 1 and 4 of Week: Weekly Challenge (Application to what you have learned)
6:33 AM – Set an alarm each morning to spend time with God and then answer the daily question that will be sent out via the social media app of your choice before 6:33 AM. Scriptures will be given to guide you in answering the questions. A weekly video will also be sent out at the beginning of each week, that will provide insight in what to expect for each lesson / week. A scripture, plus a bonus scripture, will be given each week to memorize and additional reading will be provided each day if you want to really dive deeper in your walk with God.
Matthew 6:33 – “But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you.”
9:23 PM – Set an alarm each night to review the lesson and evaluate where you believe you walked in the ways of God and where you did not. Take this time each night to repent of any areas you may have missed God. Declare that tomorrow you will walk in the ways of God in every situation. Review the memory scriptures every night during this time as well.
Luke 9:23 – “Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves [fleshly desires] and take up their cross and follow me.”
To see believers develop a consistent personal time with the Lord through getting into the Word of God and applying what they have read. This will keep us on the path God has planned for us and help us to overcome sin in our lives. Jesus said in John 8:31-32 that we must keep His Word in order to truly be free in this life. This is how we live on fire for God. Someone on fire for God is someone who consistently spends time with God (through the Word, prayer, and worship) and devotes themselves to God fully striving to obey the things God has shown them through His Word.