Risk management is a critical part of life. However, some people never want to take a risk. They fear loss, pain, and even making the wrong decision. Therefore, they avoid taking a chance to improve in a number of areas. Misbeliefs flood their mind, such as: “If I take chances in life, I could lose important things like money, friends, approval time, or security.” In an attempt to avoid risk at all costs, this sort of outlook only contributes to increased anxiety and insecurity.

Thank you for taking a moment to view this week’s LifeGroup lesson. We encourage you to open and print this study to enrich your time of fellowship, discussion, and prayer. Invite someone to your LifeGroup today! Please leave a comment and share your experience. Have a blessed week.

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OPEN AND PRINT LESSON HERE: MISBELIEF IN NEVER TAKING A CHANCE

 

William Backus & Marie Chapian. Telling Yourself the Truth. (Minneapolis: Bethany House, 2000).

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