This workbook is a follow-up of I Can Do It, published in 1974. I Can Do It became an excellent seller, and many of those who used it wondered if they might be able to purchase something similar to it. As you can see, the workbook you are about to study is a continuation of those positive approaches to Christianity. To prevent the confusion that might result from an I Can Do It, Number II, the author has chosen to call this one You Can Do It.
Like I Can Do It, this workbook may be used by teenagers, young adults, and adult groups, including women’s classes. Also like I Can Do It, it contains thirteen lessons, most of which may require more than one class period to complete.
In addition to the many scriptures the workbook contains, it has a number of poems and clippings from various sources. For some of these the writer could find no author’s name assigned.
The scriptures used in this workbook come from the King James Version.
The Author TABLE OF CONTENTS
Lesson 1 You Can Stand Up And Be Counted 7
Lesson 2 You Can Put First Things First 13
Lesson 3 You Can Avoid Being Sensitive, Jealous, And Self-Pitying 17
Lesson 4 You Can Watch The Little Things 22
Lesson 5 You Can Keep Yourself Unspotted From The World 26
Lesson 6 You Can Let Your Light Shine 30
Lesson 7 You Can Enjoy Being A Christian 34
Lesson 8 You Can Make The Right Decisions 39
Lesson 9 You Can Learn To Take Criticism And Profit From It 45
Lesson10 You Can Go The Second Mile 51
Lesson11 You Can Say Thy Will Be Done” 56
Lesson12 You Can Try Again If You Fall 60
Lesson13 You Can Stop Worrying And Start Living 65