Bible Study “break”

Two weeks ago the ladie’s Bible study that I co-lead finished Beth Moore’s “Jesus the One and Only”… was a very good study, and I’m planning on going back over our Christmas vacation and completing the homework that I didn’t finish during the 11 week study (I know, bad me!), but I am really looking forward to that.  Anyhow we ended our study 2 weeks ago, and this Thursday we will be starting Part One of Beth Moore’s “Wising Up” DVD series on the book of Proverbs.  Part one is only 3 weeks long and does not have any homework involved, only a listening guide.   So, what have I been doing/am I going to do during my quiet time with God each morning while I don’t have Bible study homework to do?   This past week and half I read through the book of Joshua.   It was so great just diving back into the Word without trying to find answers to questions, etc. (I am sure that I SHOULD be doing that already in addition to my Bible study homework, but with homeschooling and caring for my family, I just don’t get both done!).    Anyhow, God really pointed out some new little nuggets in the book of Joshua, and I was very excited to have had the opportunity to read, pray over and journal in the book of Joshua.   This morning I began the book of Judges, and I’m having a little bit harder time with this one because I think that it happens over a span of several generations, and that is a little confusing to me to keep up with (Sorry, just in case you haven’t figured this out yet, I’m pretty “simple minded”).   But I shall continue to pray through the book and remain confident that the Lord will give me nuggets of wisdom and truth in this portion of His Word as well!

What are you studying?

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2 Responses to Bible Study “break”

  1. Hello dear friend!
    Did you get my email about the trip at Christmas time? I wasn’t sure if I was emailing the right place. I also sent you our new address, did you get that too?

    Have a wonderful week with your family!
    Mrs. Joseph Wood

  2. Lynn Feist says:

    I read your comment on the LPM blog. I just wanted to make a comment about the ESV Bible. It is a “word for word” translation not a paraphrase. I have the ESV study Bible that Beth was giving away and it is amazing. Lots of study helps, historical information and an overview of every book. I just got it and I’m excited to check it all out. I live in Ablerta, Canada and just love Beth Moore’s studies!

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