The Passionate Life Bible Study Series

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About The Passionate Life Bible Study Series
God longs for everyone to encounter the passion of his heart. Inspired by The Passion Translation, this heart-level Bible study is ideal for both individual devotional study and small groups. Each lesson will kindle within readers a burning desire for a passion-filled life fueled by the heart of God!

Philippians:
What joy and glory came out of Paul’s prison cell when he wrote to the Philippian church! Paul’s words point us to heaven, teaching us how to be joyful throughout our journey of becoming like Christ and revealing to us greater depths of the Person who gives us this joy.
We have designed this study to help you discover the good and glorious work that Christ has begun in all of our hearts. Each uniquely-crafted lesson opens with an introduction and key verse to reveal important themes. Four sections guide readers through Philippians in a way that will help you discover, explore, experience, and share the heart of God more deeply. 
Explore this heavenly letter of joy and be encouraged, and let others know that Jesus is the One that makes every heart sing, flooding us with a bliss that cannot be restrained!

Luke:
Inspired by The Passion Translation, this 12-week study guide of the book of Luke investigates Jesus' life and ministry with the precision of a doctor. Through Luke's detailed historical analysis, he unveils the true hope of the world, Jesus, the Savior of all who come to him. Each of the twelve lessons is divided into four sections: Discover the Heart of GodExplore the Heart of GodExperience the Heart of God; and Share the Heart of God. This heart-level Bible Study is ideal for both individual devotional study and small groups; including suggestions for both types of study.

1&2 Timothy:
1 and 2 Timothy, given from a spiritual father to his spiritual son, contain powerful revelation-insights for our churches today! Paul’s message is filled with an unusual urgency, unveiling the glorious truths of our Life-Giver and our life in him.
We have designed this study to help you explore and discover God’s heart for you, the church, and the world through heaven’s truths. Each uniquely-crafted lesson opens with an introduction and key verse to reveal important themes. Four sections guide readers through 1 and 2 Timothy in a way that will help you discover, explore, experience, and share the heart of God more deeply.
Engage these truths with a hungry heart, wrap them around your life, and watch God bring true growth and maturity into your spirit to help you finish your life-race with passion and love to the very end!

Galations:
If you are searching for true freedom—from sin, from shame and guilt, from death itself—then look no further than Galatians! In it we find the revelation–truth of God’s “grace gospel,” which proclaims heaven’s freedom for every believer—freedom to soar higher than religious laws and freedom that places us at the right hand of God’s throne as his treasured sons and daughters.

Mark:
In the gospel of Mark we discover the wonderful news about Jesus the Messiah, the Son of God. What a beautiful description we find of Jesus, the Anointed One. From miracles to mercy, you will uncover a deeper awareness of Jesus’ identity and mission until you come to the climax and purpose of his life: the cross.

The Psalms Book 2:
Every emotion of the heart is reflected in the Psalms with words that express our deepest and strongest feelings. They provide comfort and joy, leading us to the place where worship flows. This poetry on fire is divided into five books, mirroring the five books of Moses that form the first books of the Old Testament. Together they convey the depth of our longing and fears, joys and celebration, becoming a mirror to the heart of God’s people in our quest to experience God’s presence. 
Book Two is known as the “Exodus Psalms.” Like the ancient Hebrew book itself, which chronicles Israel’s deliverance out of oppression, these psalms lament our suffering and long for similar redemption. Many poems are cries to God for help; they ask him to wake up and do something about our trials and trouble! Others wonder if God has forgotten his people in the midst of their pain and problems. Still other psalms cry for revival and renewal, praying from a place of weariness and ache. Then there are the poems that praise God for his faithfulness, protection, and grace—leading to faith and trust. 
We’ve designed this study to help you explore these praises and prayers placed inside poems that spill out of a fiery, passionate heart. May this study of poetry on fire free you to become a passionate, sincere worshipper, and experience the heart of God anew in faith and worship.

The Psalms Book 3:
Every emotion of the heart is reflected in the Psalms with words that express our deepest and strongest feelings. They provide comfort and joy, leading us to the place where worship flows. This poetry on fire is divided into five books, mirroring the five books of Moses that form the first books of the Old Testament. Together they convey the depth of our longing and fears, joys and celebration, becoming a mirror to the heart of God’s people in our quest to experience God’s presence. 

Book Three of Psalms, called the “Leviticus Psalms,” is similar to the others in that it’s an anthology of poems, worshipping and petitioning the Lord. These, however, pivot around the themes of praise and God’s house, and God’s glory and grandeur. Some proclaim the glory of God’s holy house, emphasizing how life-giving and joyful it is to celebrate the Lord there. Others exalt the name of the Lord, praising him for his justice, awe-inspiring power, wonderful works, mercy, and truth. Still others appeal to this God of justice and mercy for help overcoming injustice, comfort during distress, and rescue from trouble. 
We’ve designed this study to help you explore these praises and prayers placed inside poems that spill out of a fiery, passionate heart. May this study of poetry on fire free you to become a passionate, sincere worshipper, and experience the heart of God anew in faith and worship.

 

The Psalms Book 5:
Every emotion of the heart is reflected in the Psalms with words that express our deepest and strongest feelings. They provide comfort and joy, leading us to the place where worship flows. This poetry on fire is divided into five books, mirroring the five books of Moses that form the first books of the Old Testament. Together they convey the depth of our longing and fears, joys and celebration, becoming a mirror to the heart of God’s people in our quest to experience God’s presence. 
The “Deuteronomy Psalms,” Book Five of the Hebrew poems, is the capstone to the poetry on fire. Beginning with extolling God’s constant love and encouraging his people to declare God’s goodness to the nations, these ancient poems celebrate God’s Word and emphasize his praise. This book is anchored by the longest of the poems, Psalm 119. It draws our attention to the Word of God, celebrating it and lifting it high for all to follow. This collection also encourages everyone everywhere to shine with praise for God’s goodness and mighty deeds. And even when they petition the Lord for help, worship is a breath away.
We have designed this study to help you explore these praises and prayers placed inside poems that spill out of a fiery, passionate heart. May this study of poetry on fire free you to become a passionate, sincere worshipper, and experience the heart of God anew in faith and worship.


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