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The Path of an Eagle

Memory Verse

“There are three things that amaze me- no, four things that I don’t understand: how an eagle glides through the sky, how a snake slithers on a rock, how a ship navigates the ocean, how a man loves a woman.” (NLT)

  • Explain the similarities between the path of an Eagle and a believer’s journey of faith.
  • Storms bring out the strength of an eagle, likewise, storms and adversity should bring out the best in believers.
  • To study the life of the Eagle and relate it to our Christian faith.
  • Establishing the uniqueness of an Eagle as it relates to the Life of a believer.
  • Understanding that the analogies of the Eagle can inspire us to righteous living.
  • To learn more about resilience, persistency, and perseverance.


  • Why are Eagles used in the bible as illustrations, descriptions, or metaphors of God?
  • Am I meant to operate as an Eagle?
  • What are the qualities of Eagle Christians?
  • How does the path of the eagle relate to taking hold of the future?
  • Can an Eagle Christian lose their God ordained qualities?
  • How do I know if I am not functioning as an Eagle Christian?
  • How do I rediscover my lost or subdued nature as an Eagle believer?
  • Why are Christians expected to apply the wisdom of an eagle in their journey of life?
  • Eagles are uncommon and magnificent birds, full of strength and power, they can fly alone at a very high altitude – not with Sparrows or any small birds (Isaiah 40:31, Rev 12:14, Eze 17:3-8)
  • Eagles (God’s creation) are used in the bible to reveal God’s personality and nature (Rom1:20, Deuteronomy 32:11).
  • Eagle Christians have vision, focus, thrive in the midst of adversity/storms of life, very patient in getting their prey – wait patiently for the promise to be manifested (Num 13:27-30, Rom 4:20-21, Job 39:27-29).
  • When Eagles (believers) are placed in an unnatural habitat, they lose their uniqueness such as strength and ability to mount with strong wings. E.g., Samson. (Gal 5:1, Judges 16:15-17).
  • Lack of vision or not being focused, crumbling because of the storms of life and your natural environment are some examples of believers that are not operating as Eagles Christians (Psalm 51:5, Proverbs 29:18).
  • Eagle do not eat dead things, they feed only on fresh; renewing our minds daily with the word of God is very important (Ps 103:2-5).
  • Christians should be wise to prepare ahead for the future like the Eagles, as they grow old, they hurt themselves for new feathers (Ps 103:5, Is 40:31).
  • The path of the eagle is synonymous with the journey of a believer where storms are part of the journey (Is 43:2)
  • Be very picky of your association, Eagles don’t fellowship with chickens (1 Corinthians 15:33, Proverbs 27:17)
  • There is hope for a believer that has not been leaving their full potential, just as the hair of Samson grew again; align yourself to the word of God through faith (Judges 16:22)
  • Anticipate a bright future, have a vision and remain focus regardless of any obstacle and see yourself succeed like an eagle (Job 39:27-29)
  • If you must get hold of the future and make maximum impact, you must have trust in God (Ex 19:4)
  • Allow the Holy Spirit to unfold the future to you and start making plans. Do not be too contented with where you are today, be ready to leave your comfort zone (Ps 103:2-5, Eze 17:3-8)
  • Ensure you says good things about yourself and others. (Hosea 8:1)