I’m fairly certain I went to Seminary because God knew who my child would be. The questions that he asks day after day after day are astounding to me. This book helps. A lot.
This is part five of a multi-part series for women on how to study the Bible on your own. You don’t need a book, a Bible study, or someone else’s opinion: you need a Bible and the Holy Spirit.
You’ve heard these verses, and read them on your own, countless times. How do you dig a little deeper?
But the why is why people are afraid to dive into Scripture on their own. Don’t be! You can do this! If the verse itself doesn’t tell you why it’s in the Scriptures (like I Chronicles 26:3, for example), a verse near it will (I Chronicles 26:19).
One caveat, here, sisters: do not just drop open your Bible, point your finger, and say, “This! This is what I’ll study!” It doesn’t really work that way.
How does a woman study the Bible for herself? Part one of my new series begins today!
Yesterday a friend of mine posted something like this on Facebook: “It has been a bad week. The kids were sick, so didn’t get to visit family out of state. We lost our health insurance. I am waiting in the hospital while my husband has his appendix taken out. It’s been stressful.” Immediately the responses… Continue reading How to Help A Friend