Sunday, July 1, 2018

Starting the Seamless Bible Study with Proverbs 31 online ministries 

Something about doing this particular Bible study here at my parents house in the room that I spent some of my most broken moments struggling to discover the woman I was meant to become.

Possibly the most ambitious study I’ve done so far, understanding the Bible as one complete linear story ... not gonna lie, something I have always struggled with is how it all makes sense as a complete entity.... I can memorize scripture all day long and buy every type of study bible on the market (and I HAVE bought most of them in KJV, NIV, and NLT) in my quest to finally have the mystery unlocked....

So here I am back home for the month several decades older and still trying to figure it all out

It’s now later the same evening, I hear my youngest son breathing beside me and my husband softly snoring on the other side of the bed. I’ve been journaling some about my thoughts on the lessons in seamless so far while we got my little guy to sleep, maybe it’s that I live so far away now or that my parents are retired and I’m older and wiser but when I come home for visits I seem to discover more about myself as I reflect on the past and realize how far I have come and now looking back even during the unspeakable moments I can see Gods plan and how it made me who I am today.
Some of questions we were asked to ask ourselves during the five lessons this week while seeming easy and straight forward at first after spending some time really thinking about it and praying on it I am getting down to some real truths about myself and things I still need to work out with the Lord.

1 comment:

  1. If we knew all the answers there would be no reason for the journey of discovery, and self-discovery. Good luck and enjoy your dive into Proverbs 31. By the way, the most innocent and seemingly easy questions are usually the hardest and the ones that take the most thought.