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Women’s Bible Studies to Do at Home or With Your Friends

 

I am blessed to have a Bible study that I’m a part of weekly with my aunt’s church, where we do several months of topical study on certain sections of the Bible. The study we’re focusing on right now is called The Armor of God by Priscilla Shirer. The last one we did was called An Unexplainable Life (about the book of Acts and the early church) by Erica Wiggenhorn.

  

  

I have done studies on The Names of God, as well as What Love Is (a study on 1, 2, 3 John) by Kelly Minter, and Esther: It’s Tough Being a Woman by Beth Moore. There are others that I haven’t read yet, such as Full House actress Candace Cameron Bure’s study called Reshaping It All: Motivation for Physical and Spiritual Fitness.

  

  

A Steadfast Love: A Study of Psalm 107 is an amazing study by Lauren Chandler about drinking from the well of life (Jesus Christ and the living Word of God). Chandler breaks down how we must have Christ as the anchor for our souls, and how when the storms of life come, the rock we stand on is Jesus Christ, and we will not be shaken. She had a trial with her husband’s illness and her faith was deeply tested, but she overcame. Trials happen in life and we must know who to run to and what well (or source) to go to and drink from. She addresses how many people go to the wrong source for help, and end up like those who put holes in buckets and fill them with water. We must rely on God solely; we must go to Him.

  

  

God is so loving and kind and wants a relationship with you. I challenge you to go deeper in your faith and become rooted, established and steadfast in His Holy Word. I pray that you keep in step with the spirit and wear God’s whole armor of truth, so you can combat the enemies’ lies. I pray that you are unshakable when storms come and you can call on the name of Jesus. May God bless you on your journey in your study of choice!

  

  

I recommend getting one to five or even 10 girls together to do a group study and you can do the homework and be accountable to one another. My aunt’s church has about 100 women on Wednesday mornings and they gather approximately 10 women at each table. People do the homework daily on their own and come together weekly to share it. The study, fellowship and discipleship is so beneficial and enriching. I hope you are able to have this kind of mentorship and accountability in your life, too.

PI Girls, what study would you choose to focus on? Comment below! I am praying for you all! Jesus loves you!

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