The Study Instructions
There is no set daily study plan. Whatever works best for you. But instead of just reading the words, take time to think about what these verses meant then, and how they apply to your life today.
Keep a notebook or journal as you study. You can keep a list of things that occur and their timeline. Or keep a note of something significant you learned about God and His ways. Use your notebook freely in any way that feels right for you.
What did you learn about the character(s) in the chapter?
What were they doing and why?
Is God working similarly in your life, or in the world today?
Every Sunday, I’ll post the chapters to be read for the week.
If you’d like to participate in our private Facebook group where we discuss what we are reading, send me a private message, or use the contact link above.
For the week of March 19 – 24, please read Exodus 8-14. Be sure to journal in your notebook or in the margin of your Bible anything that is significant to you. Remember this is a personal study. We are … Continue reading
As we begin Exodus study, our plans will change. For me and others who have commented, the 3 week study plan is not working. There is too much time to “forget” to open the Bible and then having to catch … Continue reading
Our next chapters to read for the next two weeks are Genesis 37-50. These chapters are rich in history and the story that unfolds is one you will never forget. Please take time to read, reflect and study what God … Continue reading
We took an extra week to get through our study of Genesis 1-24, but it was worth it. I don’t want to rush anyone, including myself. This isn’t just reading the chapters, but really taking time to stop and pray … Continue reading
As far as I know there are four of us doing this Bible Study. There may be more of you out there lurking, and that’s okay! If you’d like to join in our discussions on Facebook, leave a comment and … Continue reading