Women's Bible Study Ideas on Faith

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Faith Teaching Notes

Keep the Faith by Renee Fisher
He who is faithful in a very little thing is faithful also in much; and he who is unrighteous in a very little thing is unrighteous also in much. - Luke 16:10 (NASB) It’s hard for me to think of faithfulness as a small matter. Proverbs 29:18 says that if people lack vision, they perish. Solomon wrote that for us because we need vision and the faith to keep at it. Simply knowing that tomorrow is a new day isn’t enough because we need vision...


Why Can’t I Stop Worrying? by Jill Briscoe
I am a worrier. Yes, I know. I’m a Christian and Christians aren’t supposed to worry. To give you an idea of how long this has been going on, our eldest son’s first words were, “Oh dear!” That was well over 40 years ago. I’d been a Christian worker for many years when he said that, and I was a missionary to boot! I can understand perfectly why people who don’t know Jesus worry. They have no anchor for their soul or anyone to hush their fears to sleep...


Easy Faith for the Impossible by Jamie Rohrbaugh
Would you like to have faith for the impossible? Would you like to see dead things–dead people, dead dreams, dead relationships, dead opportunities–come back to life? You can. I firmly believe that God is calling His people right now to believe Him for what looks absolutely impossible. He’s asking us now, more than ever, to operate in the gift of faith and cling to faith that’s big enough to win major victories in heaven and earth...


Becoming a Woman of Faith and Worship by Stasi Eldredge
I love these three inspiring women: Mary the mother of Jesus, Mary of Bethany, and Mary Magdalene. Each of these Marys is a heroine of the faith, and these two chapters could easily be a book unto themselves. This week, let’s ask God to reveal what he would have us learn from these women. Let’s pray. Dear God, thank you for choosing me to be yours before you even made the world. I am yours. I pray right now to be open to what you would have me learn from these women who loved you so passionately. I want to be a woman of faith, love, and extravagant worship. I want to follow you closely, trust you fully, and know you intimately...


Already Free (Part 5) by Christina Patterson
In this study I want to talk about one of the most challenging things we will have to do in life, and that is to correct or confront someone in the wrong. Maybe it is a friend, a church member, a child, or a family member. If you’ve lived long enough you know there are a million ways we can get this wrong, but I’ve learned there is one way we can get this right. The Bible instructs us to speak the truth in love.


Full Life in Empty Places by Debbie Stuart
Grab your Bible, and turn to 2 Kings 4. Lord, I pray today we would realize and rejoice that You make life full even when it “seems” empty. My life has always gone according to plan … just not my plan. In 2 Kings 4:1-7, the scriptures tell the story of a woman (her name is not mentioned) who is a widow. Let’s glean what the Lord has left for us...


When God is Silent by April Motl
And Jesus went away from there, and withdrew into the district of Tyre and Sidon. And behold, a Canaanite woman came out from that region, and began to cry out, saying, ''Have mercy on me, O Lord, Son of David; my daughter is cruelly demon-possessed.'' But He did not answer her a word. And His disciples came to Him and kept asking Him, saying, ''Send her away, for she is shouting out after us.'' But He answered and said, ''I was sent only to the lost sheep of the house of Israel...


Much More! (3 of 3) by Carol McLeod
Paul … the man who had hunted down Christians to murder them. Now loved Jesus … He believed in Jesus as Messiah! Paul who had been born into every advantage and benefit that the Jewish culture could offer. Laid it all aside for the sake of the call of Christ Jesus. He loved the church at Ephesus - sent letter from Roman prison cell. “For this reason I bow my knees before the Father …” - Eph. 3:14. What is the reason that Paul bows his knees before the Father? What is it that drives Paul to his knees in prayer? Read the verse before in order to fight out his reasoning...


Love Without Fear - Love in Action by Shanna Gregor
Worry and anxiety plague our nation today. From childhood and late into adulthood we face all kinds of fears. Fear is the opposite of faith. It strives to destroy all that God desires for us to have. God, in His love has provided all we could ever need to combat this enemy of our faith - love is the answer to fear. My children learned at a very young age that God has not given us a spirit of fear. Although both my children approached life fearlessly, my oldest son battled nightmares for a season when...


Rise up and Be a Woman God Can Use by Courtnaye Richard
I want to start this post off by saying that it's a process. We don't become who God wants us to be overnight. It takes time. It takes molding and shaping. Hurts and pains. EXPERIENCE. And the fruit bearing process. Yep! So true. A part of rising up and being a woman that God can use will take bearing much fruit...


Calling and Purpose by Christy Fay
This morning we talked about favor. We talked about how when we find favor both with people and with God it often is because God is positioning us for something. There's a mission or a task that He is preparing for us to do. One of the NT writers would say, ''8 For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith-and this is not from yourselves...


A Physical Toll on Our Faith by Jennifer Waddle
I’ve often thought about how wonderful it would be, if after receiving Christ, believers would be exempt from all sickness and pain. With a clean heart and perfect health, imagine what we could achieve for the Lord! Even though the longing to be pain-free is a basic, human desire, we know that since the fall of man, sickness and death has left its relentless mark throughout the centuries...


Soul Craving - More Faith by Lori Hatcher
Appetizer. It doesn’t seem right when good people suffer and bad people prosper. Is God unjust? Entrée. I seldom read the book of Job. It distresses me to think about the horror and hardship this good man endured. Logic and a sense of justice tell me evil men should suffer and good men should enjoy a long life filled with happiness, health, and prosperity. Such thinking, I discovered this morning in my Bible reading, isn’t biblical.