Search For Significance: By Robert McGee Part. 2



-How would you define self-worth?

-Are you glad you are you? Do you have a healthy sense of self-worth?

-List some activities, relationships or achievements that make you feel better about yourself

-List some activities, relationships or achievements that make you feel worse about yourself.

-What difference would it make if you realized that yourself-worth is not conditional, based on performance, but is based on the Truth that your self-worth is based on God’s unconditional love, forgiveness and acceptance?

-Whose opinion do you value most? What would be your usual answer to this question?

God’s Way:

-Self-worth = God’s Truth about Me

Understanding My Behaviors:

-I can trace the majority of all of my behaviors to the four false beliefs.

-When I keep reminding myself of false beliefs, they show up in the way I behave. Proverbs 23:?

-The thoughts that I deeply believe determine how I feel about and behave in situations I encounter.
-The linkage between thoughts, emotions and behavior operates like a chain reaction.
-I can change my thinking with the help of the Holy Spirit, God’s Word, and the affirmation from those in the body of Christ, which results in changed behaviors. Romans 12:1-2
-I constantly react as if situations cause feelings and as though the situation caused an emotion and behavior.

Which statement is true:

-I got mad because that happened…

-That happened, then  I got mad…


Weapons Of Repentance:

-2 Corinthians 10:4-ff

-The main tactical weapon for the believer is internal:

-Repentance – agree with God’s Word.

3 Weapons Of Repentance:

-Contrition – godly sorrow. 2 Cor. 7:10-ff  

-Rejection – reject the false beliefs as I become aware of them. 

-Confession – correct your false belief by confessing the truth. 1 John 4:7-9