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Base 10: Jesus Christ is my Lord

Base 10: Jesus Christ is my Lord

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Base 10, NII, Jesus Christ is my Lord





Study Num. 10


Memorize:  Philippians 2:9-11  “Therefore God exalted him to the highest place and gave him the name that is above every name,  that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth,  and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.”


Name:  ________________________________________________

Date:  _________________________________________________


Introduction: The Bible talks about Jesus as Lord.  He wants to be the Lord of every believer’s life.  He wants to be the Lord of your life.  The definition of the word “Lord” is:  owner, chief, governor, master, ultimate authority, king.  The Lord of all creation is our Lord Jesus Christ.  We can be more than joyful to know that Jesus, who is perfect, who loves us, who is clean and pure is who has all the authority and lordliness.  The term “Lord” also indicates:  high position, complete control, master.  That for, any one who calls Him Lord, must obey Him and do His will as the highest and faithful leader should.


  1. The Lord is Lord of _______________________.  Acts 10:36
  2. Now we are God’s servants.  But, no servant can serve two ____________________.  Luke 16:13


  1. The Lord Jesus reprimands those who call Him Lord and do not do what ______________________.  Luke 6:46


From the following areas choose those which prove to be difficult for you to live under Christ’s authority, to allow Him to be the Lord of your life:


a.           YOUR PRIORITIES – “But ________________ his kingdom and his righteousness, and ______ these things will be given to you as well.” Matthew 6:33

b.           YOUR POSSESSIONS, YOUR RICHES – Your clothes, the house, the car, etc.  Luke 12:15

c.           YOUR SOCIAL POSITION – God will only have for greatest among us whoever wants to be our ________________.  Matthew 20:26-28

d.           YOUR POWER – God opposes the ______________ and gives grace to the ______________.  1 Peter 5:5, 6

e.           YOUR PRIDE – Romans 12:3 I must not think _____________________________ than I ought.

f.            YOUR FAMILY – Luke 14:26; Matthew 10:37

g.           THE WORLDLY DIVERSIONS – the alcohol, the drugs, the pubs, the worldly festivals, the dirty jokes, etc.  Ephesians 5:18; 1 John 2:15

h.           THE WORLDLY DESIRES – “…but the worries of this life, the deceitfulness of wealth and the desires for other things come in and choke the__________, making it unfruitful.” Mark 4:19

i. SELFISHNESS – “Each of you should look not only_____________________________, but also to the interests of _________.” Philippians 2:3, 4 

j. YOUR MONEY – Ecclesiastes 5:10, 11; Psalms 62:10

k. THE ADULTERY AND FORNICATION – Jesus warned us about these sexual sins so our body would not be thrown into ___________.  Matthew 5:27-30; 1 Corinthians 6:18-20

l. YOUR ANXIETY – We must not be anxious about _______________.  Philippians 4:6

m. THE TITHE – To not tithe brings bad consequences.  The Lord said:  “You are under a curse–the whole nation of you–because you are______________.” Malachi 3:8-10; 2 Corinthians 8:3, 7; 9:6-7

n. YOUR FEARS – 2 Timothy 1:7

o. YOUR THOUGHTS – Philippians 4:8 In what kind of thoughts should we worry?

p. THE CRITICISM  AND THE GOSSIPS – Matthew 7:1-3; James 3:2; Proverbs 26:20-22

q. ENVY – “A heart at peace gives life to the body, but envy rots the ____________.” Proverbs 14:30

r. YOUR BAD TEMPER – Who is better than the strong man?  Proverbs 16:32

s. THE IRRESPONSIBILITY – Matthew 25:21 If we are faithful in _________________, the Lord will put us in charge of _________________.

t. THE LIES – Leviticus 19:11

u. THE RESENTMENT AND THE UNFORGIVENESS – “And when you stand praying, if you hold anything against anyone, forgive him, so that your Father in heaven may ___________________________.” Mark 11:25

v. OTHERS… (for example:  dirty talk, cheatings, listening to mundane music, etc.)


4.  In the New Testament the word “Savior” appears only 24 times, while the word “Lord” appears more than 600 times, demonstrating the importance of Jesus’ lordliness.


5.  Seek with your entire mind and all your will offering all your life to serve and love the Lord.  The apostle Paul urged the disciples that they offered their bodies as _____________________________, holy, pleasing to God.  Romans 12:1, 2


a)      Consider the decision of submitting all your rights to the Lord.  He always protects and takes care of what is His.  He will protect you, take care of you, and yours and everything you have and will have.

b)      Consider the decision of handing over to God all your belongings.  Genesis 22:1, 2 What did Abraham offer to

God?  What did God do with Abraham?  Genesis 22:16, 17 Can you trust that God will do the best with your life and your possessions if you hand them over to Him?


c)      Commit yourself to be thankful to God no matter what.

1 Thessalonians 5:18; Ephesians 5:20. This is the key to know if you really have resigned to all your rights and if you have surrendered them to God.


d)      Continue to seek the Lord’s direction every day.  As you

see, you have to deny yourself, take your cross and follow Jesus constantly.  Luke 9:23


We congratulate you again for having completed the nine studies of the first level, SCHOOL FOR DISCIPLES AND LEADERSHIP.  You have advanced and progressed to the second level.  This is the first study of the second level series, Biblical Foundations for an Abundant Christian Life.  As you have seen, Christ’s Lordliness is over all creation.  So, it is necessary that you know Him as Lord in your entire personal life.  Doing that, you can be sure that you will receive blessings like the ones that Abraham did.  “And my God will meet all your needs according to his glorious riches in Christ Jesus.” Philippians 4:19 God bless you!


Corrected by leader:  ____________________________________




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