TIGHTEN THE KNOT
Week Four /// Brian Massey /// Solo Study
If you could go back in time and meet one person, who would it be and why?
What did you find most helpful, encouraging, or challenging from your weekly Solo Study Time? Explain.
Have someone begin this study by leading the group in prayer.
Play the video segment for Week 4.
What was the most insightful or impactful comment you heard in this video teaching?
Read Galatians 5:22-23. Which Fruit of the Spirit do you feel is your strongest? Which one is your weakest?
Read Colossians 3:5-10. Paint a picture of what it would look like in your marriage or relationships to “put on the new self, which is being renewed in knowledge after the image of its Creator.”
“Us-Ness” is what you are together. You and your spouse/significant other/friend are connected. What are ways to build healthy rhythms and patterns in your marriage/relationship?
Proverbs 29:18 says, “Where there is no vision, the people perish.”
When is the last time you established a vision and or a mission statement for your marriage/relationship/family?
Vision unleashes a powerful and positive process in your marriage. Vision ignites passion. Passion fuels discipline and motivation.
What are some keywords that you want your marriage/relationship built on?
What do you want your marriage/relationship to look like?
Pray together as a group. Pray for vision, direction and protection.
Continue with your weekly Solo Study Time for next week’s study, “Reese’s Pieces Relationship Disaster.”
Review The 5 Love Languages.
Find out which one(s) is/are yours and which one(s) is/are your spouses/significant others/friends.
Take time this week to “woo” your spouse/significant other/friends.
Be intentional about speaking into their love language and grow in your “us-ness.”
Pray for the members of your group to grow closer to Christ and each other in this study.