40 DAY STUDY
In all probability someone has shared this study guide with you
immediately following your decision to die with Jesus in water
baptismYou have just come forth from the water, all your sins have
been forgiven and there is now the new power of the Holy Spirit in
your lifeYou were willing to 'count yourself nothing' and now God
has raised you up to live a new life unto HimYou have now become a
'bond-servant' of the Lord, that is, a servant who serves without
thought of pay.
One of the things a disciple of Jesus learns very quickly is that
there is much that he or she doesn't know or understandYou too will
learn this, but it should in no way discourage youIt should only
humble youThis study guide is designed to help you have some
direction each day for the next forty days as you start listening to
the voice of God as He begins to direct your whole life.
Determine right now that you are going to make this a rich and
powerful studyOpen wide your heart and let God do with you all He
wants toMake sure that you have a definite time and a definite
place reserved each day to be studying the Scriptures so you can keep
hearing the Word of God as the Holy Spirit will teach youGod is
your only strength and if you stray from Him you will fall away.
Don't let anything or anyone keep you from this most crucial time.
Keep a notebook and be prepared to share it with an older brother or
Why forty days? Because right after Jesus' water baptism where
He received the Holy Spirit, He was led into the desert to be tempted
by Satan for 40 daysYou too will face temptationsNow just as
Jesus was victorious over those temptations you can too be if you will
draw close to GodSatan will attack youHe knows you are young and
vulnerable, but God is with you and with the weapons of righteousness
in the right and the left hands you can defeat anything that would
take your new life from you.
"When all the people were being baptized, Jesus was baptized too.
And as he was praying, heaven was opened and the Holy Spirit descended
on him in bodily form like a doveAnd a voice came from heaven: 'You
are my Son, whom I love; with you I am well pleased.'...Jesus, full
of the Holy Spirit, returned from the Jordan and was led by the Spirit
in the desert, where for 40 days he was tempted by the devil."
(Luke 3:21-22 & 4:1)
DEAD TO SELF, ALIVE TO CHRIST
This week you will be studying passages in the Scriptures that
show us so clearly what the problem isThe problem is the 'self'
that lives for itselfChrist calls us to crucify the old self and he
promises to raise up a new and very different self.
Before you actually begin your Bible study program please take a
few minutes and write down in your own words what your baptism into
Jesus Christ meant to youWhy did you do it? What is it going to
mean? If you will keep this in a safe place it will mean a great deal
to you for years to comeIt will serve as a reminder to you of the
serious commitment that you made this day.
Turn to Luke 9:18-26Read and study this passage several times.
Now turn to Luke 18:28-30 and look at the promise that is
attached to discipleship, indeed to the very decision that you have
These two passages will become very important as you will share
your life in Christ with othersRemember where they are and what
they sayAs you continue to go through this study, remember that
everything you learn is something that the Holy Spirit will have you
pass on to others.
Be sure to spend time in prayer at the end of your study
sessionsLearn to deeply communicate with your Father who loves you
so very much!
Turn to Romans 6:1-14Read and study this carefullyEach time
you come to the word 'we' or 'us' substitute your own name[For
example: vs2 - 'By no meansJohn died to sin, how can he live in
it any longer.']
Write down some of the things about your old self that caused it
to receive the death sentence.
Write down some things about your new self that you really want
How do you specifically plan today to live out vs13?
Before you start today's study, ask yourself a very important
question: Am I staying in close touch with older Christians? This is
crucial, and all next week the Bible study will focus on thisIf
there is anything in you that is not wanting to see or be with other
disciples, then you can be sure that this is something that is not of
God and must be crucifiedIt is your old independent self, not the
new self God is giving you.
Turn to Romans 7:14-25 and read how powerless we are to live
this new life aloneDo you see why God's Spirit must be the one who
crucifies your sinful nature? Do you see how wicked you are? Notice
But now go on to Romans 8 where we see how we can do the
impossibleYou were told at your baptism that you would receive the
gift of the Holy Spirit; now study some of what the Spirit means in
your lifeRead and study verse 1-17, making notes on the things that
strike you the hardestHow do you get sin crucified in your life?
Read Romans 8:13.
As you have questions about things that you are studying or
things that are happening to you, seek out some of your older brothers
and sisters and let them help youThey have been through many things
you will go through.
For this Bible study you will need both the Old Testament and a
New TestamentIf you don't have both, make arrangements to get them
When we are children, we need to be taught things we don't know;
and we need correction when we are wrongYou are a baby in Jesus
ChristThere is much you don't know about how to live and many areas
in which you will need correctionAll of this will improve your
spiritual walk with GodRead Proverbs 12:1-2, 12:15 & 10:17.
Write down your own attitudes toward being corrected.
Distinguish between those things that are left over from your old self
and those things that Jesus Christ is putting in your heartBe
praying for the Holy Spirit to give you wisdom here.
Go to the New Testament now and read 2 Timothy 3:16 and answer
this question: Why are older brothers and sisters to bring the word
of God to you? What is going to be your attitude when they do?
In your new life you will find that 'attitude is everything.'
If you develop a critical, negative or pessimistic attitude, you will
put out the Spirit's fire in your lifeToday the Bible study will
focus on the reason you can keep a great attitude even in the worst of
Read and examine each of the following passages: John 16:33,
Romans 8:23, Philippians 4:12-13 & 19, and James 1:2-4.
When does this fit with having a good attitude regardless of what
When these are all put together, what are they promising you
about everything in your life?
List anything that is tending to cause you to have a bad
[negative, complaining, pessimistic] attitudeConfess these right
away to another disciple and ask for their prayers and encouragement.
By today, you have certainly realized that you are not doing all
for Jesus Christ that you determined to do five or six days agoYou
want to love him with all your heart, mind, soul and strengthBut
you have failed in some specific areasWhat you will study today
will be very important in dealing with this for the rest of your life.
Turn to 1 John 1:5-10Read it carefully.
Think of the difference in light and darknessThink of the
difference between a bright open room with lots of windows and a
totally dark basement areaIn one, things are out in the openYou
can see them as they really areIn the other, things are hidden and
covered by the darknessWith this in mind, what does he mean when he
calls us to 'walk in the light'? Do you see how this fits with verse
9 and the call to confess our sins?
We all [from the oldest to the youngest in Christ] sinIf we
claim that we don't, we lie, [vs10]How then are we to handle all
this? Do we cover and hide our sins? Or do we bring them out into
the open through confession where the blood of Jesus can cleanse us?
Look at the two results of walking out in the light as described
in vs7How will this cause a deeper fellowship with the brothers
Remember this trustworthy saying: Satan's only ground is
darknessWhen we confess our sins and bring them out into the light,
we take away from him his power over us.
As you come to the end of this first week as a committed disciple
of Jesus Christ, go back to the most basic idea of discipleshipTurn
to Galatians 2:20.
Every time your old nature tries to assert itself you can say, 'I
have been crucified with Christ'Concerning what things do you
especially need to say that today? Write them down.
As you determine what you should do with your day remember: 'I
______, no longer live, but Christ lives in me.' Meditate on this
great truth in scripture and then determine to let the Holy Spirit
make it a realityLet Jesus Christ use you to meet His needs and
Focus on Paul's words today'You are not your own; you were
bought with a price', [1 Corinthians 6:19-20] Believe that with all
your heartYou are not your ownYou no longer go where you want to
go or do what you want to doYou are a bond-servant, a slave unto
As a new baby, you need to be daily in touch with others who are
ready to give you encouragement and guidanceIf you have been
avoiding that contact, determine now to deal with that wrong attitude
that is developing.
NO LIFE OUTSIDE THE BODY
Begin today by reading Matthew 28:18-20 concentrating on vs18
and vs20What do these two verses say to you?
Jesus Christ who has all authority taught us that the church is
very, very importantIn Matthew 16:16-18, Jesus hears Peter confess
him to be the Christ, the Son of God; and immediately Jesus said,
'Upon this rock I will build my church, and the gates of Hades will
not prevail against it.' Jesus saw the church as the center of his
planHe wanted to build it and he intended to make it so strong that
the forces of Satan could not stand against itWhat Jesus counted as
so important, we too must count as so important.
For a true picture of what the church should be striving to
become every day, look at Acts 2:40-47
What can you do today and the rest of this week to contribute to
this kind of life among God's people, [the church]?
Paul describes the church as the 'Body of Christ'Read Romans
12:1-8 and see how giving yourself first to God leads to giving
yourself to other people in the Body of Christ.
Notice particularly vs5 which says, 'each member belongs to all
the others' or 'we are all members of one another'How does this fit
with or conflict with the American ideal of individualism?
List three things that you know already that you can do for other
members of the Body of ChristShare these with another brother or
List at least three things that you know you need from the Body
of Christ in order to grow in ChristShare these also with another
Read Ephesians 4:1-5Why does it seem to you that God is so
very concerned about the Body of Christ being in unity and peace?
Turn to Romans 14:12-15:3 and read how far we should go and how
much we should bend to keep the Body of Christ together.
Is there anything in your life that is so important to you that
you would not give up even if it was keeping people from coming to
Jesus Christ or growing in him? If there is, look back at vs21 and
seek help in dealing with this sin in your life.
God is greatly concerned about the unity of the church, but he is
also greatly concerned about the purity of the Body of ChristWe are
called to a holy life and a pure life, and sin in the Body that is
being hidden or ignored will destroy the power of the church.
Read Ephesians 5:1-14List those things which are described
here as improper for God's holy people.
How would living as 'children of the light' be totally different
from these things you have just listed? What is the basic difference?
You are a young Christian, but what should you do if you see
brothers or sisters falling into some sin? Read Galatians 6:1-2.
What is the one thing that must be in the church and in our
relationships above all else? Read the following passages: John
13:34-35, 1 Corinthians 13:1-3, Galatians 5:6 and 13-14, Ephesians
5:1-2, Colossians 3:14, 1 Peter 4:8.
For a more precise definition of love, compare John 13:34-35 with
1 John 3:16List all the things you can think of that describe the
way Jesus loved us.
How are you progressing in your relationships with your new
brothers and sisters in Christ? Are they seeing your love for them?
Many new Christians just want to be loved and to be servedAsk the
Holy Spirit to crucify this self centered Christianity.
One of the things we can all do for one another in the Body is
give encouragementRead a powerful statement about this in Hebrews
According to this passage, what is to be the specific purpose of
our encouragement? What do you think will be involved in giving this
kind of specific encouragement? Ask an older brother and sister how
the Spirit might lead you to do this.
Look at 2 Timothy 4:2Notice that we can encourage people by
bringing the Word to themIn your relationships try to share with
someone every day something you have found in God's Truth that is
inspiring and encouraging to you.
When problems develop in the Body between brothers and sisters,
they must be dealt with so that Satan is given no opportunity to enter
inRead Matthew 18:15-20 which gives us the right way to deal with
Determine early in your Christian life that you will not complain
or grumble behind someone's back about what they have doneDetermine
that you will always go to them and resolve the problem with God's
GO MAKE DISCIPLES
This week we want to look at how God plans to use you to bring
others into the freedom from sin that you have found in Christ.
First, we will consider how important your own life is in sharing with
To be a disciple is to come under the discipline of Jesus
ChristTo be a disciple is to let Jesus Christ be Lord in all the
areas of your lifeExamine carefully the following items and make
sure that you are opening up and working on those that are applicable
to youAre you hearing the voice of the Spirit directing you on the
following areas? Sexuality, greed, money, time management and
gentleness? Read 1 Thessalonians 4:1-12.
Turn to 1 Peter 3:13-17 and especially note vs15 & 16.
What is involved in each of these statements:
a'In your hearts acknowledge Christ as the Holy Lord'
b'Always be prepared to give an answer...'
c'With gentleness and respect'
d'Keeping a clear conscience'
Who are the people around you? Write down their namesThey
need to hear the answer about Jesus Christ as LordStop now and pray
The last words a person speaks usually tell us a lot about the
major things on the heartTurn to Matthew 28:18-20 and read again
the final commission of Jesus before he left this world.
What does it mean to you that 'all authority has been given to
Jesus Christ'? What does it mean that he has given all authority over
What are the implications for your life of this statement to
'Go'? What is the Holy Spirit telling you this means for your life?
When we 'go', what does Jesus want us to do?
Look back over the list of people you wrote down yesterday.
Begin praying for them specifically that you may 'go' to them with the
message of JesusAsk the Holy Spirit for the words and then step out
to share what you know.
Start today with Colossians 4:2-6.
List all the things you find here that relate to sharing your
faith with others.
What does it mean to 'Make the most of every opportunity'?
How did you use the opportunities the Lord gave you this week?
We tend to think that certain situations are not good ones for
sharing the GospelMost of us would find being in prison and in
chains a terrible circumstance for evangelismRead Acts 16:22-34.
What situations are you in right now? Write down why these
situations make sharing the Gospel difficultHaving done this, now
give all these excuses up to the Lord and claim the fact that he is
able to work powerfully in all circumstancesTurn over to
Philippians 4:4-6 for encouragement.
To 'Go make disciples' we need great boldness and courageIn
ourselves we don't have what it takesThe Holy Spirit will fill us
with the boldness we needRead Acts 4:8-13.
Also notice the message we must proclaimIt is found in verse:
12Don't water this message downIt is the only thing that can
change men's lives.
Look also at 2 Timothy 1:7When you find yourself being timid,
you can be sure that it is your selfFor God has not given you a
spirit of fearDeny your fear and God will give you courage.
No real evangelism or discipling takes place until we have
brought a person into the body of ChristAs you share with people,
make every effort to introduce them to the members of the Body.
Look at Acts 2:42-48This is to be the spirit found in our
fellowshipThen those who visit will know that God is really alive.
You have now been a disciple for three weeksYou should be
having an impact on others for Jesus Christ by nowIf this is not
happening, or if you see that it could be happening much more, get
with an older brother or sister and share what is going onLet them
help and encourage you.
THE FATHER, THE SON AND THE HOLY SPIRIT
During this week of the study, we will look at the God we worship
and the way he expresses himself in the Father, the Son, and the
Turn to Mark 14:32-35Notice the word Jesus uses for GodIt
is the Aramaic word 'Abba'It was an intimate word and no Jew ever
used it before Jesus to describe GodIt was the word little boys and
girls used for their daddiesLook at Romans 8:15-17 and Galatians
4:6Do you see the kind of God we have and how we can approach him?
Read John 1:1-18According to these passages, what is it that
we find in Jesus Christ? What does it mean to your personal life that
he is this way?
Look closely at what he went through for youTake an Old
Testament and read Isaiah 53 and see the statement made about him even
before he appeared on earth.
When you were baptized into Jesus Christ, you received the gift
of the Holy SpiritToday and tomorrow we want to look at some of the
ministries of the Holy Spirit in your life.
Turn to John 16:5-15 and read carefully, looking for teaching
about the work of the Spirit.
Notice he is, the Spirit of Truth; will be with you forever; and
will live in in youWhat is this going to mean to your life?
Read John 16:5-1
The work of the Spirit involves convicting us of sin,
righteousness and judgmentHow would you relate this passage to the
ideas found in Ephesians 6:17, 2 Timothy 3:16-17 and Hebrews 4:12-13?
Continuing to look at the work of the Holy Spirit, turn to Romans
8 and read verses: 1-17.
Focus in on verses 9-11What kind of promise is made to you
In our lives we have been enslaved to various passions and
desiresOn our own we found we had no real power to break free from
thoseNotice the message in vs12 and 13How do we put to death
the misdeeds of the body?
Notice vs: 14-17 how the Spirit of God in us brings us into an
intimate relationship with God.
It is important to learn all you can about Jesus Christ because
of what the following scriptures teach: 2 Corinthians 3:18 and Romans
8:29What do these passages teach about our relationship to Jesus
Look also at 1 John 3:2-3What is the 'hope' referred to in
List at least three things that are found in Jesus Christ that
you want to work on in your own life.
How would you respond to someone who might say, 'Trying to be
like Jesus Christ is an impossible dreamIt can only frustrate you'?
REMEMBER: GET HELP FROM AN OLDER DISCIPLE AS YOU MOVE DEEPER INTO THIS
STUDYLET HIM OR HER CHECK OUT WHAT YOU ARE FINDING.
Look at the picture of Jesus Christ found in Hebrews 4:14-16.
Write down what each of these statements means to your life:
aJesus is the great high priest who has gone into heaven.
bJesus is able to understand and relate to our weaknesses since
he was tempted in every way like us.
cBecause of Jesus, we can approach God's throne [a throne of
Grace] with confidence.
How does this understanding of Jesus Christ affect you right now
at school, on the job, in the home? Write down the way it changes
There may be some things that will happen to you to make you
wonder if God is for you or against youRead Romans 8:31-39 to see
the kind of God you worship.
Go back to verse 28 for still another promise.
Paul lists in the first passage a number of things that might
seem to cut us off from the love of GodWhat are some things in your
life that are difficult or threatening? Write out verse 37 just as
Paul says it and then write verse 38 substituting the things in your
life that might interfere with your relationship to God.
What role do you play in keeping this victory?
SUBMIT TO EVERY AUTHORITY
This week you will study one of the keys to the Christian life.
It is totally opposed to worldly wisdom, but it is something we see
perfectly in Jesus and he wants to see it in usIt is the principle
Already you have studied passages that tell you who really has
all the authority todayIt is Jesus Christ, but God has set up
certain orders in societyThese maintain order and teach us to be
submissive and obedient in spirit so we can ultimately and basically
submit to and obey Jesus Christ.
To follow Jesus Christ one must have an obedient spiritOne
must be willing to submit to another's authorityRead 1 Peter 1:2
and 1 Peter 1:14What kind of children does God want?
Read Ephesians 2:1-2 to determine what kind of spirit God is
Look at Hebrews 5:7-9 for an important statement about Jesus
Christ who is our example in all attitudesWhat did he learn? How
was it learned? What does God want us to learn? How will it be
Return to 1 Peter where yesterday we learned that God wants
obedient childrenNow look at 2:11-17.
Our old self with its sinful desires as described in vs11, does
not want to obeyIt wants to do things 'my own way'It doesn't
like to be told what to doThat's why Jesus says 'deny yourself'.
It is not willing to cooperate with God's plan.
Notice in vs13 why you submit to every authority.
List all the authorities that you can think of that are in your
life, meaning all the people that are in some role where they can tell
you what to do or strongly expect you to do what they askWhat is
your attitude toward these authorities?
The question is often asked, 'Do I have to submit to these
authorities in my life even when they are wrong?'What do you think
the mind of Christ would say here.
Continue the passage you started yesterdayRead 1 Peter 2:18-
23What does it contribute to the question raised above?
What we are being told here in Ephesians 5-6 and Colossians 3 is
that we should have a submissive and obedient attitude all the time.
We should be ready to obey those God has put over usHowever, there
will come times when we cannot obeySee Acts 4:18-20 for a clear
exampleStudy this carefully.
In the body of Christ, God has placed certain men over you.
First there are the elders or overseers in the body and then those
who have been given special authority by eldersLook at what Hebrews
13:17 says about your responsibility to these men.
Does this passage say we have to agree with everything a leader
does before we can submit to him?
Make sure your relationships with all your leaders are good ones.
If there is an anger or resentment or hurt in you toward any one of
them, don't put off sitting down with that leader and opening up your
heartIf you see others in the body developing rebellious and
disobedient attitudes go to them and encourage them to deal with that
and to get with the leader.
Go to Ephesians 5:21 and start reading and go through chapter
6:4Regardless of who you are, you are most likely in some kind of
family relationshipIn these relationships you can show the love of
God ..the kind of love that is willing to lay down its life for
others in the family.
If your spouse, parents, or children have not been seeing in you
the things described in Ephesians 5 & 6, then confess to them your
Remember, your ultimate concern is that your family members come
to know the living God through your life in a deeper and deeper way.
Turn to and read Romans 13.
List as many clear teachings in this passage as you can find.
Is there anything wrong with a bitter, complaining attitude about
the government one lives under?
Again, when must a Christian say 'no' to the government? In what
way should he say 'no'?
One of the great texts in the New Testament is Philippians 2:1-
11Read this carefully, looking for the deeper teaching about the
power of submission.
In what ways can you 'empty yourself'? The word literally means
'made himself to be nothing'.
In what ways, being specific, can you this week take the form of
a servant to your brothers and to those who are lost?
What happens to those who submit? What does God do?
FIGHTING THE GOOD FIGHT OF FAITH
You are over a month into your life as a disciple of Jesus
ChristIf you have been serious about it, this month should have
been one in which you have faced many things about yourself that need
changingIt also should have been one filled with joy because you
know that God is for you and Jesus Christ is with you to help you
become like him.
Look at Paul's words about joy in Philippians 4:4-6How often
does it say we should 'rejoice'? Compare this with 1 Thessalonians
5:16-18When should we rejoice? Be thankful?
The image of a soldier or a warrior is often employed in the New
TestamentThe reason is: we are at warThe ways of God and the
ways of men are totally opposed to each otherOur culture is
constantly bombarding us with its message of how to find life, but
God's message is totally differentOne cannot survive in warfare
unless he is equipped and knows how to do battleFor the rest of
this week we will look at this matter.
Start with Ephesians 6:10-18There is enough here for several
days of study, and we will take a little time.
First of all in warfare, we need to clearly identify the enemy.
Verses 10 & 11 make that identification very clear to usWho is the
enemy? What are some of the schemes that you can see him working out
in your life to take you out of God's love?
Please realize now and always that your boss is not the enemy,
your parents aren't the enemies, your husband or wife are not the
enemyFlesh and blood people are not the enemies, and any time we
identify them as enemies, we fall into Satan's scheme and begin
shooting at the wrong personList some times recently when you may
have done this or come close to doing this.
Set your mind against the real forces of darkness that Satan
commandsPray for strength and for God's mighty power to overcome
Read Ephesians 6:10-18 again.
Satan's power is described in real terms and you will be so
vulnerable to it if you are not aware of his powerHowever, why do
we not need to be afraid?
We don't have to be afraid, but we do have to put on the full
armor of GodWithout protection and the spiritual weapons he
supplies we will not overcomeLet us look at them one at a time:
Athe 'belt of truth'- where do you find the truth? John 17:17
Bthe 'breastplate of righteousness' - read Philippians 3:8-9
Cthe 'gospel of peace' - read Ephesians 2:14-18
Dthe 'shield of faith' - how does it put out the fiery darts
Ethe 'helmet of salvation' - read Romans 8:1-2
Fthe 'sword of the Spirit which is the Word of God' - Hebrews
Gand 'pray in the Spirit' on all occasions - how has your
prayer life developed? What does this mean?
You now know what the armor of God looks like, but please realize
that like any good soldier, you will have to put the armor on anew
every dayYou will have to be taught how the Spirit uses you with
the armor on ..be listening!
Begin today with 2 Timothy 2:1-7.
Focus in especially on vs3 & 4To be a Christian is not like
going to a picnicIt is enrolling in an armyIf you really belong
to Jesus you are going to face hardships2 Timothy 3:12 says we are
What did Jesus promise here in, John 15:18-21? What does Jesus
say about the Christians who are well liked by the world? Read Luke
Returning to 2 Timothy 2:4 we see that the warfare is going to be
so serious and so intense that the Christian soldier must not get
involved in 'civilian affairs'There are a lot of things to do in
the world that are not wrongBut they are wrong for us if they take
us away from the front lines and doing what Jesus wants us to do at
that timeAre there some things in your life that need to be given
up because they are 'involvement in civilian affairs'?
Your study guide ends today, but may your study and love for God
never endYou are on your way to things too glorious and enriching
to even describeNever, never, never, never, give up!
Read carefully the call of these passages: 1 Peter 2:1-12,
Hebrews 5:11-6:3, Colossians 2:6-10
In relation to the above passages give your final thoughts.
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