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Women of the Bible

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What makes your courage falter? Erin and the team will discuss what discourages them and explore ways we can all lean on the Lord to do amazing things.
How can you engage in God's call for your life while also affirming His call on the men around you? The life of Deborah will give you an example.
How can you know God's will? Erin and the team will help you to confidently be listening to the Lord each day.
We all know our limitations and doubt whether God can use us. Be encouraged by looking at the story of Deborah.
In the book of Judges, Deborah describes herself as a mother in Israel. The team will examine how Deborah offered wisdom and influence in feminine ways.
In the book of Judges, God's people were in a cycle of disobedience, discipline and despair. But God had a plan to break the cycle of sin—for them and for us!
Born into sin. Born enemies of God. Separated from God. Yet God’s grace makes a way for happy endings. It was true for Ruth. It will be true for us.
Ruth had to trust someone else to do the right thing and be patient to see how everything would turn out.
Ruth faithfully served Naomi and put her trust in the Lord. Through her story, God painted a picture of true restoration.
If we base our view of God on emotions or circumstances rather than on what the Bible says, we can become bitter and angry.
When we’ve strayed from God’s plan for us, it might be easy to think we’re too far gone to turn around. Yet God is waiting for us to come to Him and repent.
Naomi’s life seems to be nothing but ashes—at least looking at it from her perspective. But God had a different plan.
God doesn’t only save us from past sin; He gives us the freedom to face the future without fear.
We can’t see the big picture of what God is doing—only the little dots of time and space. But when we don’t understand, we can still trust in His promises.
As we trace the red thread throughout Scripture, we’ll discover an overall picture of the blood of Jesus Christ that saves us from all sin.
When we rely upon the Lord and remember His love, grace, and mercy, we find the courage to face challenges.
God's work of salvation is always a mystery—whether it's in a corrupt culture or in our own hearts.
God is writing the script for our lives, and He often chooses people we wouldn’t to fulfill His redemptive purposes—like Rahab.
We all have difficult people to deal with. Abigail's example provides practical insight about how to deal with them.
God will avenge all evil. And He will bless and reward you if He is your refuge.
No matter how out of control things may seem, it's never out of God's control. You can take refuge in Him.
We don't know how long it be until God brings justice, but we can rest assured that our lives are "bound" in His loving care.
Ultimately, you're not responsible for how others act, but you are responsible for what you do in return.
By God's grace, He can make us gracious—no matter what type of people we have to deal with.
God is working in your life. He has not forgotten you; He knows your story and is writing the script for your life. Your story is really God's story.
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