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Why Should I Do an Easter Study?

April 05, 2022 1 Comment

Why Should I Do an Easter Study?

Why Should I Do an Easter Study?

By Brooke Holt

The forty days of Lent are quickly coming to an end. How are your spiritual disciplines? More importantly, how is your heart towards the Lord? Do you love him more today? Are you seeking his direction and listening attentively to his voice? Have you allowed the Lord to search your life and reveal the things that draw you from him? Are you walking in deeper surrender and obedience to him?

The season of Lent is not about rules and regulations—it is about heart and soul. The Lord desires that you love him above everything else in this world. Jesus taught his disciples, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind” (Matthew 22:37). Throughout the season of Lent, we may choose to fast from things that vie for our love, attention, and worship so that Christ can have the rightful place on the throne of our hearts and lives. We may also choose to take on new habits like daily Bible reading, Scripture memory, or prayer.

The spiritual disciplines you develop during Lent don’t affect your life for only forty days. Instead, as you draw closer to the Lord throughout the Lenten season, the Holy Spirit will transform your heart, soul, and mind to love God more. He will transform your life to become more like Jesus, “transformed into the same image from one degree of glory to another. For this comes from the Lord who is the Spirit” (2 Corinthians 3:18). That is a spiritual practice for the rest of your life!

So why stop your spiritual disciplines with the celebration of Easter? This year, continue to cultivate the spiritual habits you developed in Lent. And consider sharing the fruit of your habits with others in Christ, as in a small group Bible study. Choose a study that will draw you to read and meditate on God’s Word each day. Support and encourage one another’s spiritual disciplines as you meet with brothers and sisters in Christ to work through the study—to discuss, challenge, and encourage one another: “Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another” (Proverbs 27:17). Through small group Bible study, God’s people grow and sharpen each other through accountability, mutual love, fellowship, and support.

God’s transformative work is a lifetime invitation. May this Easter season be one of continued fellowship with God and his word. Bible Study Media is here to support you in this spiritual growth. We have small group Bible studies designed especially for the Easter season: The Resurrected Life, A Living Hope, and Walking in Light. These studies have daily Scripture readings, daily devotional readings, small group study guides, and online teaching videos.

The vision of Bible Study Media is to end biblical illiteracy and see hearts ignited and minds engaged through the study of God’s Word. May God come and work among his people as we walk through Holy Week and celebrate the resurrection of Jesus throughout the season of Easter. May our hearts be more captivated by his love and grace so that our lives are transformed to look more like his Son, our Savior Jesus Christ.

“And it is my prayer that your love may abound more and more, with knowledge and all discernment, so that you may approve what is excellent, and so be pure and blameless for the day of Christ, filled with the fruit of righteousness that comes through Jesus Christ, to the glory and praise of God” (Philippians 1:9–11).

Related Resource:


The Resurrected Life
The Resurrected Life: Making All Things New - The Bible promises that those who are in Christ are "new creatures." But how does that transformation take place? This unique Easter-season small group Bible study provides a space in which we can discover what it truly means to live a new life. As we listen, we'll learn how the resurrection of Jesus Christ changes everything - for us. Begin the journey to new life today!


1 Response

Osiri David
Osiri David

April 08, 2022

Thanks for the questions for reflection

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