A Guided Study of Psalm 55

Psalm 55 was written by King David at a time when it sounds like he was really stressed out. This study will guide you through this psalm in order to know the Lord better and grow into an appropriate response of trust amid stress.

Putting Off Anxiety, Putting On Trust

This worksheet helps you work through practical steps of putting off sinful thinking about anxiety and replacing it with God's truth found in His Word.

The Darkness Jesus Endured

Jesus, the Man of Sorrows, is intimately familiar with pain and loss. This study will help you grow in understanding and appreciation of your Savior as you look more closely at how He endured darkness.

Your Body and Depression

Elijah was a prophet of God who experienced the darkness of depression. This study highlights how God met his physical and spiritual needs during his season of darkness.

Shame vs. Humility

Allow God's truth about biblical humility to replace the lies that stem from your feelings of shame.

Renouncing All Shame in Christ

Work through your specific areas of temptation toward shame-driven thoughts and behaviors and how to respond to them in light of your relationship with Christ.

Overcoming Shame by Knowing God

Dig into God's Word to learn how God's character overcomes our feelings of shame.

How Christ Handled Shame

Learn six specific ways Christ handled the shame He faced while on this earth, showing us the way to be free of both sin-shame and provoked shame.

My Tree (Authority)

Use this simple discipleship tool to get to the heart of your struggle with disobedience/rebellion.

Help! How Do I Respond to Authority Journal

Record impacting statements and write out your answers to the Questions for Reflection at the end of each chapter.

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