I’m back to my blog after a LONG hiatus. Come join me on Monday, March 12, 2018, as I introduce a new Bible Study on Genesis.
This will be a very simple Bible Study where all you’ll need is your Bible, paper (like a notebook), and a pen or pencil. This will not be a five day out of the week busy question and answer type of study. Each Monday, I’ll post about the assigned Scripture reading, teach the doctrines and names of God within the assigned Scripture, plus any other points that correlate with the assigned Scripture reading. I’ll also give you simple questions to answer in your notebook, and some which may require a little more thought and honesty. You’re welcome to share your thoughts in the comments, but it’s not required. (I do monitor the comments, so please be patient with this homeschool momma, because there will be a delay in their appearance on the blog.)
Occasionally, I will also include a short video on my FB page that goes along with the week’s Scripture study. More than likely, it won’t come out on Mondays, but midweek, either Wednesdays or Thursdays. I’ll also include extras such as resources online and off, sermons I found to be helpful (most likely either: John MacArthur, Alistair Begg, Voddie Baucham, or other biblically-minded pastors).
Part 1 will be from March 12- May 28. On Monday, I’ll introduce the study to you with background information that will be helpful to our study. I’ll assign homework which will include Scripture reading, questions, and a suggested memory verse.
Here are the other dates for the remaining parts of the study: (These are subject to change, but I plan to stick to these dates, if possible.) June will be completely free.
Part 2: Genesis Chapters 12-25:18 July 2- September 17
Part 3: Gen. 25:19- 36 October 1- December 3
Part 4: Gen. 37-50 January 7, 2019- April 8, 2019
If you happen to miss a week or two it won’t be difficult to get caught up.
I’m so excited to have you join me on this exegetical study where we’ll explore God’s Truths as they are found in His Word. A correct understanding of God’s first four words to us, “In the beginning God,” will determine what we think of Him and His Word, plus how we see others.
I hope to “see” you on Monday. (Please invite a friend to join too!)
Only by His grace,