Service & Secrecy (Spiritual Disciplines Bible Study Series)
A Formatio book.Serving others can be exhausting.So what is it that motivates you to serve?It's easy to serve for your own glory--to become wrapped up in your own goodness. Yet God challenges you to serve not out of love for...
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A Formatio book.Serving others can be exhausting.So what is it that motivates you to serve?It's easy to serve for your own glory--to become wrapped up in your own goodness. Yet God challenges you to serve not out of love for yourself but to develop a Christlike love for others.In this Bible study guide, Jan Johnson covers the disciplines of service and secrecy. Going deeper in these areas will help you to avoid prideful motivations and to enjoy partnering with God. You learn to "be" even as you "do."
Jan Johnson, a spiritual director and a frequent speaker at retreats and conferences, is based near Los Angeles, California. She is the author of numerous books and Bible studies, including Enjoying the Presence of God, Growing Compassionate Kids and When the Soul Listens. She is also co-author (with Dallas Willard) of Dallas Willard's Study Guide to the Divine Conspiracy and Renovation of the Heart in Daily Practice. Her most recent books are Invitation to the Jesus Life and Spiritual Disciplines Companion.
Koorong -Editorial Review.
- Introducing <em>service & Secrecy</em>
- 1. Doing Flows Out Of Being - <em>nehemiah 1:1--2:18</em>
- 2. Jesus' Heart For Others - <em>luke 8:26-39</em>
- 3. Service Transforms The Soul - <em>john 13:1-17</em>
- 4. The Peril Of The Hypocritical Heart - <em>matthew 23:1-37</em>
- 5. Secrecy As A Discipline - <em>matthew 6:1-8</em>
- 6. Simple, Unpretentious Service - <em>luke 10:25-37</em>
- Guidelines For Leaders
- Study Notes