He Loves Me! Those words can make your heart full of joy everyday if the giver is the right person. As I read week four of online Bible Study, Children of the Day by Beth Moore, one thing struck me: that God has loved us to the fullest before I knew and loved Him! How amazing is this to realize, in a world where we often don’t love to our fullest until we have known a person for a considerable amount of time. God’s love is perfect love, unconditional and is freely given to me and to you.
1 Thessalonians 4:10, Paul writes, “And in fact, you do love all of God’s family throughout Macedonia. Yet we urge you, brothers and sisters, to do so more and more,” – As Christian sisters, how can we love each other more and more? Does this mean have a little more patience with each other, pray more for each other, hug each other more, etc. The list could go on and on. But what’s important is that we show each other the love that God has shown to us and as we grow in our relationship with God, His love will shine through and we will love each other more.
Offer up a praise to God for loving you to the fullest even before you knew Him! Let your light shine on others so that they may experience God’s love through you!
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ASSIGNMENT FOR THE WEEK
- Read Week Five and Six in your workbook.
- Join a small group this week!
- OPTIONAL: Listen to Audio Session Four and Five or Video Session Four and Five (optional due to cost)
- Visit Beth Moore’s blog for a Summer Bible Study update
DISCUSSION QUESTIONS FOR THE WEEK (share answers in small groups)
- What are you most curious about concerning end-time events? (page 106, week four, day five)
- Did one day of homework stick out the most to you in your journey with Christ these past two weeks? If so, which one and why?
- Turn to p.71 in your Week Three homework and glance down the page at the two questions on the equations. First, if you wrote any additional “minus hindrance” equations, I’m dying to hear them. Don’t stress if you didn’t add one but share it if you did. Second, were there two equations among those I listed in the lesson that resonated with you? If so, which ones and perhaps even why?