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Lesson 3: Drive Out Temptation

Study Guide / Outline


  • Summary: The speaker encourages the audience to trust in Jesus and make Him the Lord of their lives. They emphasize the importance of rededicating one’s life to Jesus and focusing on His love.
  • Key Points:
    • Trusting in Jesus for salvation.
    • Rededicating one’s life to Jesus.
    • Focusing on the love of Jesus.
  • Scripture Reference: Not mentioned.

Conquering Giants

  • Summary: This section discusses facing life’s challenges as “giants” and emphasizes that these challenges do not have a covenant with God. Believers are encouraged not to be intimidated and to rely on God’s power to overcome.
  • Key Points:
    • Giants symbolize life’s challenges.
    • Giants have no covenant with God.
    • Believers should not be intimidated.
    • Relying on God’s power for victory.
  • Scripture Reference: Not mentioned.

Healing and Wholeness

  • Summary: The speaker prays for healing, specifically addressing back pain. Believers are encouraged to receive healing and wholeness through faith in God’s promises.
  • Key Points:
    • Praying for physical healing.
    • Emphasizing immediate healing.
    • Faith in God’s promises for healing.
  • Scripture Reference: Refers to the concept of healing through faith but doesn’t cite a specific verse.

Faith in the Present

  • Summary: The text emphasizes that faith is not about the future; it’s about believing in the present. Believers are encouraged to claim God’s promises now, rather than in the future.
  • Key Points:
    • Faith is about believing in the present.
    • Urgency in claiming God’s promises.
    • Rejecting the idea of delayed faith.
  • Scripture Reference: Not mentioned.

Freedom in Christ

  • Summary: The text addresses experiencing freedom in Christ and not letting feelings dictate one’s belief in that freedom. Believers are reminded that they are free in Christ, regardless of their emotions.
  • Key Points:
    • Emphasizing freedom in Christ.
    • Not letting feelings contradict faith.
    • Rejoicing in the freedom Christ provides.
  • Scripture Reference: Not mentioned.

Conclusion and Rejoicing

  • Summary: The conclusion encourages believers to rejoice in their newfound freedom and to share it with others. The audience is urged to glorify God and thank Him for His grace and empowerment.
  • Key Points:
    • Rejoicing in freedom in Christ.
    • Sharing that freedom with others.
    • Thanking God for His grace and empowerment.
  • Scripture Reference: Not mentioned.

Overall Message

  • Summary: The overall message of the text is centered on trust in Jesus, conquering life’s challenges through faith, receiving physical and spiritual healing through God’s promises, and experiencing freedom in Christ while rejoicing and sharing this freedom with others.
  • Key Themes:
    • Trusting in Jesus as Lord.
    • Overcoming life’s challenges with faith.
    • Healing and wholeness through God’s promises.
    • Immediate faith in God’s promises.
    • Freedom in Christ regardless of feelings.
    • Sharing the message of freedom and rejoicing.
  • Scripture Reference: While specific verses aren’t mentioned, the overall message aligns with biblical principles of faith, healing, and freedom in Christ.