Women's Bible Study Ideas on Peace

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Peace Teaching Notes

A Perfect Peace by Renee Fisher
You will keep in perfect peace all who trust in you, all whose thoughts are fixed on you! - Isaiah 26:3 (NLT) I am not a peaceful person. By nature, I am a very driven person. Every day I search for the fastest way to satisfy my wants and needs. Why wait if you don't have to? When I rely on myself, I’m never peaceful. I take Jesus at his Word when he said we can have perfect peace. Not a peace that fades or can be faked, but the real deal.


The Art of Getting Along: Living the Life God Intends by Jill Briscoe
Harmony is concord or agreement. Another word for harmony is “peace” – and making peace is often very hard work. For example, it took a few hundred diplomats to work out a peace agreement in May 1983 to end the conflict between Israel and Lebanon that began in 1982. Then it took thousands of soldiers to enforce and maintain the peace. The same principle is true for believers: achieving harmony is hard, but being a peacekeeper once a truce is declared is even harder. It’s a spiritual art.


Encounters with Jesus: Finding Healing, Hope & Peace by Christina Patterson
In this studies scripture we learn a simple encounter with Jesus can yield powerful change and healing in our lives. Verse 24 | If you read before today’s scripture you will see that Jesus had just been approached by a father whose daughter was dying and then died. He asks Jesus to come with Him to heal his daughter. At this time Jesus had a large following...


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...


Home Is Where the Heart Is…. Formed by Devi Titus
The quote is attributed to Gaius Plinius Secundas - Pliny the Elder - (AD 23 – August 24, AD 79), Como, Italy. Gaius Plinius Secundus (23 AD – August 25, 79 AD), better known as Pliny the Elder, was a Roman author, naturalist, and natural philosopher. Over centuries, a plethora of songs and poetry have been written using this phrase. Art work has been created to hang on our walls, reminding us centuries later that HOME is important. Edward Gibbons said it best...


The Last Straw by Jennifer Waddle
It’s often the slightest of things that does it. You know, those small, somewhat insignificant events that cause our already band-aid covered hearts to rip wide-open and make us feel like we “just can’t win.” Honestly, there have been times when I didn’t know whether to throw my head back and laugh (at the craziness of it all), or fall into a heap on the floor and cry my eyes out...


When the Sky and Sea Kiss by Shanna Gregor
Unfailing love and truth have met together. Righteousness and peace have kissed! Psalm 85:10 NLT My husband and I took advantage of the beautiful sunrise and sunsets every morning and evening during a special vacation on the Florida beaches. The gulf coast waters always seemed to sooth my heart and a place where I always find peace and rest...


From Accepting to Embracing, From Fear to Desire by Stasi Eldredge
Spanx, schmanx. Girdles, schmirdles. I’m glad that I’m a woman, but I admit I continue to struggle with some aspects of my body. I know I’m not alone in that and that most women have things about their appearance they would like to change. Those with curly hair prefer straight and vice versa. (I just gave out a really big sigh.) The thing is, God created you you. He created your body, your hair, your feet. And God...


Planting Our Roots in God Alone by Naomi Cassata
What does it say about the person who trusts God? What a contrast to the one who trusts in man. In the former imagery, we came to understand when our trust is not in God, we are barren. The root of our heart is in parched ground. Now look at the flip side of that. If I were to describe a tree that is “blessed,” I would say it was full of life, foliage green and thick, branches brimming with fruit, productive, and content. This is one blessed tree...


Relative by Christy Fay
If you're a hard worker and do a good job, you deserve your pay; we don't call your wages a gift. But if you see that the job is too big for you, that it's something only God can do, and you trust him to do it-you could never do it for yourself no matter how hard and long you worked-well, that trusting-him- to-do-it is what gets you set right with God, by God. Sheer gift (Romans 4: 4-5 MSG)...


Fill-Up: Philippians (8 of 8) by Carol McLeod
You need to think about what you are thinking about - You think that your job determines the quality of your life - or your health or your income or your relationships - But nothing has more power over the quality of your life than The thoughts that you think - As a man thinks within himself so is he … - Proverbs 23:7 you become what you think about!


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...


Meditation and the Christian by Lori Hatcher
Good cooks everywhere know that a good marinade makes a tough cut of meat tender and palatable. The Home Cooking section of About.com says cooks in pre-Columbian Mexico discovered that wrapping meats in papaya leaves before cooking made meat more tender and tasty. Did you know that Christians can also benefit from a good soak in the right marinade? Marinades serve two functions: they tenderize meat and enhance its flavor. The acidic enzymes work on the protein fibers to soften them.