Life Is _____ (Judah Smith)
What is life? What are we here for? What is truly important? What will bring authentic satisfaction and lasting happiness? We all ask these questions, and we all have a right to come to our own conclusions.
In this follow-up to his New York Times and USA Today bestseller Jesus Is ____, Judah Smith completes this sentence as to what life is, revealing how it is to be loved and to love, to enjoy God to the fullest, to trust God in every moment, and to be at peace with God, others, and ourselves. Judah writes as a friend, welcoming to the discussion new believers, lifelong followers of Jesus, and even the merely curious.
In Life Is _____, Judah shows us the irrational love of God and the life that he intends for us to have in the here and now. With excitement and humor, he looks at the stories in the Bible from a different angle and shows how life is all about loving God and loving others.
Study Guide Book
Life Is _____, Session 1, Life Is to Be Loved by God
Session 1, "Life Is to Be Loved by God," teaches that your awareness of God’s love is foundational to everything you do in life and changes your perspective of everything.
Life Is _____, Session 2, Life Is to Love Others
Session 2, "Life Is to Love Others," illustrates that once you understand God’s amazing love for you, your natural desire will be to reflect that love to others.
Life Is _____, Session 3, Life Is to Trust God
Session 3, "Life Is to Trust God," teaches that true life is found in trusting in God's faithfulness, supply, power, and strength in your life.
Life Is _____, Session 4, Life Is to Be at Peace with God
Session 4, "Life Is to Be at Peace with God," teaches that God wants you to be sure of his love and acceptance of you through Jesus and that you are always welcome.
Life Is _____, Session 5, Life Is to Be at Peace with Yourself
Session 5, "Life Is to Be at Peace with Yourself," teaches that fear of tomorrow can steal your satisfaction and fulfillment today.
Life Is _____, Session 6, Life Is to Enjoy God
Session 6, "Life Is to Enjoy God," teaches that the first step to enjoying God is to realize how much he enjoys you.