Character Quality Method
Character Quality: Loyal
Giving or showing firm and constant support or allegiance to a person or institution.
Opposite Quality: disloyal
Failing to be loyal to a person, country, or body to which one has obligations.
Simple Word Study:
Old Testament Word:
Example: Leviticus 20: 17
New Testament Word:
Chesed: Steadfast love, sometimes loyalty.
Example: Corinthians 11:1-2
Cross Reference insights:
-No woman ever superseded Mary in her utter devotion to Jesus
-She cared for the physical needs of Christ.
-She became more saved.
-Her devotion happened suddenly.
Simple Biographical Study:
-Mentioned in the lists of Jesus’ female companions.
-Mary came from Galilee.
-Anoints Jesus’ feet in Luke 7:37-38
“Near the cross of Jesus stood his mother, his mother’s sister, Mary the wife of Clopas, and Mary Magdalene.”
Situation or relationship:
As I have gotten older, I have become loyal to my family, friends, and Christ.
I will pray that I continue to stay loyal to everything and everyone is important to me.
This week I have prayed to continue to stay loyal to my family, friends, and Christ as well to stay loyal to my studies and to do my very best.
Theme: The Prayers of Jeus
List of references:
Questions to be asked:
-Why did Jesus pray?
-What did Jesus pray for?
-When did Jesus pray?
-To whom should I pray?
-How often should I pray?
Answers to Questions:
-Prayed as an example to his followers.
-The incarnation consists of both divine and human natures. From his human nature it was perfectly natural for a Jewish believer such as Christ to pray.
-The nature of the Trinity allows for communication between it’s members as...