Women's Bible Study Ideas on Grace

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Grace Teaching Notes

A Lesson In Missing Grace by Nicole Unice
“SEE TO IT THAT NO ONE MISSES THE GRACE OF GOD, AND THAT NO BITTER ROOT GROWS UP TO CAUSE TROUBLE AND DEFILE MANY.” —HEBREWS 12:15 The young man raced toward his family’s dwelling. His hands were slick with sweat and blood from the animal he had hunted all afternoon. He quickly skinned it, cleaned it, and refueled the cooking fire near the tent. “This will all be worth it,” he thought, “when I am a rich and free man.” He hurriedly sliced a piece of meat from the tender part near the flank. His father had long since lost his ability to eat straight from the bone...


Extra Grace Required by Renee Fisher
Even fools are thought wise when they keep silent; with their mouths shut, they seem intelligent. - Proverbs 17:28 (NLT) My pastor says that some people are “EGR,” or “extra grace required.” I’m sure he’s not the one who came up with that expression, but it’s true. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve gotten upset at my roommates, co-workers, family, and friends. Here are three ways to say anything the biblical way. 1. Everyone listen—“My dear brothers, take note of this: Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry...


A Lesson In Finding Grace by Nicole Unice
“WHEN THE NEWS REACHED THE KING OF NINEVEH, HE ROSE FROM HIS THRONE, TOOK OFF HIS ROYAL ROBES, COVERED HIMSELF WITH SACKCLOTH AND SAT DOWN IN THE DUST.” —JONAH 3:6 At eleven, Leijila Allison had seen more trauma than most American children will experience in a lifetime. Growing up in war-torn Bosnia, poverty and violence were a daily part of her life. Like her heart, the little she possessed was battered and worn...


Better to Say You Don’t Know than Give a Bad Answer by Jill Briscoe
Even when I’m old and grey do not forsake me oh Lord until I have declared your word to thenext generation, your might to all that are to come (Psalm 71:16-18). I remember writing in my 50s: “Old age lent the Spirit’s intelligence knows when to open itsmouth!” Now, many years later, you would think I could give my mouth a rest and let the nextgeneration do the talking. That is until you come across such verses as these; I took theseverses for myself for life beyond the 50s and into the next leg of the journey. Wisdom is spiritual street smarts – a spiritual intelligence given by the indwelling Spirit of God...


Looking Back With Mercy - The Landscape of Our Lives by Stasi Eldredge
Before you begin responding to the questions in this session, please read chapters 2 and 3 in the book Becoming Myself (included in this download). You know that saying, “Can’t see the forest for the trees”? It means that when you are very near to something, you are unable to see it clearly. Being in close proximity to anything—a situation, a relationship, or your own childhood— can hinder your ability to perceive it correctly. That’s another reason why I love asking God how he sees things. The Scriptures say that his thoughts and ways are as far above our own as the heavens are higher than the earth (Isa. 55:8–9)...


Soul Craving – Reconciliation by Lori Hatcher
Appetizer. Our fights usually begin small, like a leaky pipe in an upstairs bathroom. Unrepaired, they can cause our relationships to collapse like a waterlogged ceiling. Entrée. Whether we’re at odds with a spouse, a roommate, a parent, or another family member—fighting with someone we care about is a bad feeling. Nine times out of ten it begins with something small. The messy table in the break room, the un-returned borrowed shirt, the socks your husband leaves on the den floor. “The laundry room is right there. Couldn’t you just open the door and throw them in?”