Category Archives: Bible Study

Broken Hearted Boldness

I had coffee with a friend recently and as we sipped, the conversation veered to a vulnerable place.  With trusting rather than guarded hearts, we began to talk about times when life became emotionally flat rather than joyous.  When life … Continue reading

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2014 Women’s Conference

Recently, a pastor at our church shared that if we had never studied the book of Nehemiah— we were missing something enriching to our souls. The next day I ran across the promotion for this year’s Gospel Coalition Conference for … Continue reading

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Deceitful Senses

When rereading the familiar Genesis 27 story of Jacob’s attempt to steal the firstborn blessing from Isaac, I was struck with how clearly Scripture portrays the fervor and futility of self will. Isaac, fearful that he will die without passing … Continue reading

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Walking like a Christian

In Ephesians, the Apostle Paul is intent on helping Christians learn how to walk!  This skill is something that we do without thinking.  In fact, it is something we all think we mastered around the first year of life. Paul … Continue reading

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Renovation usurped by Restoration

“One day in the eighteenth year of his kingship, with the cleanup of country and Temple complete, King Josiah sent Shaphan …to renovate The Temple of God.”  2 Chronicles 34:8   The story of King Josiah is such a soul … Continue reading

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Christ Colored Lens

Recently, I studied the Book of Hebrews with a group of women in my church.  Sometimes, when you lead a study you forget to reflect and think personally about how God’s Word is changing you. This morning as I reflected … Continue reading

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Moses’ Prosperity Doctrine

By faith Moses, when he was grown up, refused to be known as the son of Pharaoh’s daughter, choosing rather to share ill-treatment with the people of God than to enjoy the fleeting pleasures of sin. He considered abuse suffered … Continue reading

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