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Lesson 3: Think On To Move On

Study Guide / Outline

Section 1: Introduction and Testimony

  • Main Points:
    • Emphasizes the importance of community and shared faith.
    • Testimony about the power of prayer within a community group.
  • Scripture: None mentioned.

Section 2: Divine Supply and Philippians 4

  • Main Points:
    • God’s divine supply is not limited to financial needs but encompasses all aspects of life.
    • Many believers struggle to hold on to God’s promises due to lack of steadfastness.
  • Scripture: Philippians 4:19.

Section 3: The Role of Faith in Receiving Promises

  • Main Points:
    • Jesus has completed His work; believers need to receive it by faith.
    • The challenge lies in maintaining faith from hearing the promise to its fulfillment.
  • Scripture: None mentioned directly, but references general biblical teachings.

Section 4: The Power of Mindset and Peace of God

  • Main Points:
    • The peace of God is essential for remaining steadfast in faith.
    • Peace acts as a guard against fear and negative thoughts.
  • Scripture: Philippians 4:7.

Section 5: The Battle for the Mind

  • Main Points:
    • Importance of renewing the mind and fighting against negative thought patterns.
    • Spiritual victory is achieved by transforming thoughts in alignment with God’s word.
  • Scripture: 2 Corinthians 10:3-5.

Section 6: The Concept of ‘Sitting’ in Victory

  • Main Points:
    • Emphasizes the concept of resting in God’s promises rather than striving.
    • Victory in life comes from a place of rest in God, not from human efforts.
  • Scripture: Psalms 110:1.

Section 7: Changing Mindset and Perspective

  • Main Points:
    • Encourages changing one’s thought process to align with God’s promises.
    • Highlights the role of positive thinking in overcoming life’s challenges.
  • Scripture: Romans 12:2, Proverbs 4:23.

Section 8: Conclusion and Call to Action

  • Main Points:
    • Urges believers to actively change their mindset and think in line with God’s promises.
    • Encourages taking a proactive role in shaping one’s life through thoughts and faith.
  • Scripture: None mentioned.