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... Read More

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. They have no one to pray for them, support them in their darkest hour, or assure them that there is a heaven to go to, a Christ to take them there, and a Holy Spirit to permeate their souls with a peace that passes... Read More

Faith Impossible by Renee Fisher
And without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to him must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who earnestly seek him. - Hebrews 11:6 Some of you might remember today’s verse from Sunday school. Paul, the writer of Hebrews,told us that it’s impossible to please Jesus without faith. If you wanted to speak with your best friend but never picked up the phone... Read More

Becoming a Woman of Faith and Worship (7 of 8) 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... Read More

Follow Your Faith by Renee Fisher
May he give you the desire of your heart and make all your plans succeed.- Psalm 20:4 Following your heart is a big load of crap. The heart is deceitful above all things and cannot be trusted (see Psalm 5:9; Proverbs 17:20; Jeremiah 9:8; 17:9; Hosea 10:2). What is so evil about following our hearts? Well, does anyone watch The Bachelor? Jason Mesnick, a single dad, was one of ABC’s recent bachelors on the hit television program... Read More