How to live like God's in control
Do you worry often about what the future holds? Do you long for peace but don't know how to have it? Do you know factually that God is trustworthy, but not practically how to live that out?
This I Know is a Bible study for those who want to walk upon the water. It guides women into biblical truths about the character of God so they can step faithfully into the unknown, confident in the God they do know. Corrie Ten Boom said it best, “Never be afraid to trust your unknown future to a known God.”
Join Laura Dingman as she journeys through Acts 17, James 1, Habakkuk 3, Psalm 46, 2 Chronicles 20, and Joshua 3, diving into subjects like abundance in Jesus, the goodness of God in trial, and the value of remembering God's past faithfulness. Each week offers opportunity for prayer, interaction with the biblical text, journaling, and group discussion. Using Scripture, insights from her own life, and prompts for reflection, Laura points readers continuously to the unchanging character of God, helping them surrender their lives to Him and give Him all their trust.
I am a lover of all types of Bible studies. When I first saw this available as an ARC on NetGalley I bypassed it. When I had the chance to give this study a chance I went for it and my God I'm so happy that I did. Let's talk about the aesthetics of this study first. The book itself feels smooth, but also has some texture as if it was sanded -- sounds strange, but the feel is amazing. The covers contains pops of blue which also run into the interior of the book as well. I love how simplistic the cover is while still being eye catching. It looks to have pebbles of various sizes sitting in water -- just stunning in my opinion.
This is setup for 6 weeks and within the week you spend 6-7 days working on the lesson. You get an introduction for the week which I think can be done on 1 day by itself. You get 5 days of mini lessons to help you understand the week's topic. The last day you get a few pages with questions to reflect on the week and what you learned.
The scriptural references are amazing, the scriptures are even written inside the study (which is always a plus for me), it's very interactive and really gets you to pull various thinks from out of the study. I loved this study. Trusting a known God with the unknown is such a powerful lesson that I think many should get their hands on. I highly recommend this study and will cherish it on my shelf for years to come.