Self-Esteem

Self-Esteem

9 Session Bible Study

Overview

The world encourages you to believe in yourself. But what does God think of you? As Jack Kuhatschek leads you through nine Bible studies on self-esteem, you'll gain an essential understanding of who you are and how God is restoring you to wholeness.

Introduction

Getting the Most Out of Self-Esteem
This section introduces the topic, explains the structure followed in each study and offers tips for those approaching the study on their own as well as those participating in a group.

Session One

Wonderfully Made
How do you respond to the fact that God constantly attends to your every thought, word and action?
Psalm 139

Session Two

Deeply Fallen
The word worthless in verse 12 is also translated as "useless" (NASB) and "unprofitable" (Phillips). The word is used to describe milk that has gone sour. In what sense have we become "worthless"?
Romans 3:9–20

Session Three

Fully Forgiven
Verse 1 says that the same Old Testament sacrifices were repeated endlessly year after year. Why do we sometimes feel a need for acts of self-condemnation?
Hebrews 10:1–18

Session Four

Eternally Loved
In verses 2930, five key words follow in rapid successionforeknew, predestined, called, justified, glorified. How do these words provide a survey of our spiritual destiny?

Romans 8:28–39

Session Five

Greatly Blessed
Paul uses the phrase "to the praise of his glory" three times in this passage. What does it mean to praise God's glory?
Ephesians 1:3–14

Session Six

Old yet New
Paul uses the phrase "to the praise of his glory" three times in this passage. What does it mean to praise God's glory?
Ephesians 1:3–14

Session Seven

Weak yet Strong
How does Paul portray the life of an apostle? How would you feel toward God if he allowed you to be homeless, hungry, thirsty, ill-clad and brutally treated?
1 Corinthians 4:8–13; 2 Corinthians 6:3–10

Session Eight

Poor yet Rich
How does Paul portray the life of an apostle? How would you feel toward God if he allowed you to be homeless, hungry, thirsty, ill-clad and brutally treated?
1 Corinthians 4:8–13; 2 Corinthians 6:3–10

Session Nine

Dying yet Alive
For obvious reasons, we view death as the end of life. According to Paul, why is it really the beginning of life?
1 Corinthians 15:35–58

Total number of pages63

Jack Kuhatschek is executive vice president and publisher for Baker Publishing Group in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The originating editor of the LifeGuide® Bible Study series, he wrote the study guides Abraham, David, Galatians, God's Comfort, Hope, Paul, Pleasing God, Romans and Spiritual Warfare. He also wrote the book Applying the Bible and coauthored (with Cindy Bunch) the book How to Lead a LifeGuide® Bible Study.

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