I hope everyone enjoyed our spring break and my prayer is that we are all excited and ready to jump back in with Judges. Our spring study will run for 6 weeks starting today, April 4th. We will be covering the books of Judges, Ruth, and Philippians. I hope our break last week gave everyone the chance to get caught up and prepare for what God has to share with us in these next three books. This is also a great time to share our study with all the women you know. Feel free to share with your email groups, facebook, twitter etc.
For anyone who may be new, each day we will cover one chapter. Check back at the end of the week for study notes or subscribe to our RSS feed on the sidebar to be notified of new posts. The purpose of Redeeming Elegance is to encourage women, of all walks of life, to read God's Word daily. Our reading plan covers Monday - Friday, allowing you to have the weekend end to catch up or read independently. I encourage each of you to take a quiet time each day to just focus on God. Read His Word, praise Him, pray to Him and be still and listen to Him.
So, without further ado: let's begin our new study! Here is this week's reading plan.
Monday - Judges 1
Tuesday - Judges 2
Wednesday - Judges 3
Thursday - Judges 4
Friday - Judges 5
For those of you who were able to study Joshua with us, Judges is our sequel. In this book we get a strong description of God's power and His covenant mercy in delivering the Israelites from the consequences of their repeated indulgence of sin. I look forward to diving into Scriptures with you and studying deeper what God has for us through His Word.
I'm praying for each of you! Soak up God's Word today and bask in His love and goodness!
For we are God's masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so we can do the good things he planned for us long ago. "
Hi! I'm Andrea, wife to my handsome hubby, homeschooling mama to my 5 amazing blessings (with one more on the way), and daughter of the King of kings. I am so glad you have stopped by my little piece of the web. My prayer is that the Lord will use this blog to encourage you in your personal, daily walk with Christ.