This Bible study is designed for small groups or for an
individual quiet time study.
feeling of strong support for someone or something.
In one of his last games in Cincinnati, Babe Ruth began to falter. He struck out and made several misplays that allowed the Reds to score five runs in one inning. As the Babe walked toward the dugout, chin down and dejected, there rose from the stands an enormous storm of boos and catcalls. Some fans actually shook their fists.
Then a wonderful thing happened. A little boy jumped over the railing, and with tears streaming down his cheeks he ran out to the great athlete. Unashamedly, he flung his arms around the Babe’s legs and held on tightly. Babe Ruth scooped him up, hugged him, and set him down again. Patting him gently on the head, he took his hand and the two of them walked off the field together.
Name a person in American history who has been extremely loyal and how.
Name a Bible character that has not been loyal and how.
Name a person in American history who has not been loyal and how.
Who is someone in our Church who is extremely loyal and how.
Who in our youth group is extremely loyal and how.
Remind them to be submissive
to rulers and authorities, to be obedient, to be ready for every good work. Titus 3:1
If your brother sins
against you go and tell him his fault, between you and him alone. If he listens
to you, you have gained your brother.
For God so loved the
world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not
perish but have eternal life. John
Iron sharpens iron,
and one man sharpens another.
Read Hebrews 11:1-40—Great Examples of Faith.
What five key points did you get from this reading?
5.Write down your plan as to how you are going to develop a more loyal attitude.
Who can you talk too that will help you reach your plan?
When do you plan to talk with the above person (tomorrow? Next Monday? Etc.)
Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another. Proverbs 27:17