Look back through each of the twelve lessons. Remember: the objective is to learn. Learning occurs (1) when we gain new information, (2) we discover new insights, or (3) we gain new understandings. The objective of Christian learning is to change our thinking and our hearts by advancing our spiritual maturity. When our thoughts and emotions change, our behavior changes.
As you look back over the lessons, consider the things you now know and understand that you did not know prior to this study. Consider new insights and understandings that you gained. As you consider each lesson, write down two understandings about surrendering your life as a servant. Why did those understandings touch your mind and heart?
Lesson one: Surrendering to Jesus
Lesson two: Surrendering Begins With Repentance
Lesson three: What Is Repentance?
Lesson four: Why Do People Refuse To Repent?
Lesson five: Surrendering Life (Part 1)
Lesson six: Surrendering Life (Part 2)
Lesson seven: Surrendering to Holiness
Lesson eight: Surrendering to Purpose
Lesson nine: Surrendering to Long-Term Commitment
Lesson ten: Surrendering to Grace
Lesson eleven: Surrendering to Godly Behavior
Lesson twelve: Surrendering to Eternity
How have this quarter's lessons helped you understand each Christian must surrender to God?
How have this quarter's lessons matured your concepts of surrendering your life to God?
Link to Teacher's Guide Quarter 3, Lesson 13
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