Library Book Study Program

Perfectly Yourself- Discovering God’s Dream for  You By Matthew Kelly

Week 1:

Read:  Epilogue- Page 52
Questions:



Read the following chapters/pages before completing these questions:
Epilogue- Page 52

Question 1:
How would you personally define “progress”?

Question 2:
Who do you try to please in your daily life? Why do you feel the need to please them?

Question 3:
How does the second lesson “Just do the next right thing” empower you to make that first step to becoming perfectly yourself?

Week 2:

Read:  Pages 53-100
Questions:



Read the following chapters/pages before completing these questions:
Pages 53-100

Question 1:
When you look at the many aspects of your life and the many different people you know, what do you respect in all of them? What draws you to them?

Question 2:
Everyone encounters gossip in some fashion in their lives. How would you like to deal with it? How does that differ from how you normally deal with it?

Question 3:
How would you want to spend your 86,400 hours? Does that coincide with what you are already doing or studying toward?

Question 4:
If you had to choose only one thing, what would you consider your greatest passion? Why do you feel that way? What makes this different than other things you want to do?

Week 3:

Read:  Pages 101-164
Questions:



Read the following chapters/pages before completing these questions:
Pages 101-164

Question 1:
Have you ever felt divided in a decision? How did you work through that decision? How well did that process work for you… are you happy with your decision... Do you have regrets?

Question 2:
What beliefs do you have in your life that you believe are unchanging?

Question 3:
In what areas of your life do you feel you have a short (or shorter) fuse? What are your action plans to help you lengthen that fuse?

Question 4:
How did the explanation that we are all slaves to our body and desires change how you look at your own personal discipleship?

Week 4:

Read:  Pages 165-210
Questions:



Read the following chapters/pages before completing these questions:
Pages 165-210

Question 1:
What is your mission in life? Has it changed after reading this book?

Question 2:
Review the nine lessons shared in this book. Which is the most surprising? Which is the most difficult for you? Why?

Question 3:
What is something that you are worrying about? How do you let go of it and use that worry to become a better version of yourself?

Question 4:
In what ways have you personally grown from this book?