What do you want to study?
Here's your chance to ask for topics!
Good morning, amazing friends!
I’m so thankful for all of you, and I’m really excited to keep sharing about the concept of attitude throughout this month. That being said, I’m already starting to study and plan for March (yes, February is already done! Look at me, ahead of the curve!).
So I thought now might be a great time to ask you all: What do you want to study?
Obviously, I’m not an expert. I certainly don’t have all the answers, but I do love God’s Word. And if it’s something I don’t know, I’d be thrilled to learn more about it and share what God teaches me.
Is there something about following Jesus you want to know more about? Is there an attribute of God that you want to study more deeply? Is there an idea in Scripture that you don’t understand? Are you struggling with something in your life right now that you’d love to have some verses to draw on but don’t know where to find them?
Shout out in the comments. Let me know what would speak to you in this season of your life, and to the best of my ability (and the Lord’s direction), maybe we can help each other.
Love all of you so much. You’re such a tremendous blessing in my life!
Also, here’s a verse the Lord gave me today in my morning quiet time. It really resonated with me, so maybe it will mean something to you as well:
To those who listen to my teaching, more understanding will be given, and they will have an abundance of knowledge. But for those who are not listening, even what little understanding they have will be taken away from them.
Self control! I struggle with eating the wrong things and eating too much of the worst foods for me! I'm sure almost everyone has their areas of weakness and temptation in their lives. Maybe there are some Scriptures on self control that could help many of us. I know i need help in this area.
How about a discussion on the fact that God never changes yet we see in scripture that He changes His mind many times. I am listening to the Bible, and I am in Exodus where God gets angry with the winey Israelites A LOT and says He will just destroy them yet Moses talks God out of His wrath several times. So, an all-knowing God who is always the same yet does change His mind. I find that concept fascinating and very glad He does change His mind.