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What’s Our Next Bible Study?

 

Ladies, as our study of 1 & 2 Timothy draws to a close over the next couple of weeks, I’ve been thinking about our next Bible study. I’ve narrowed it down to two options, but I wanted to get your input as to which one you’re up for. Or down with. Or whatever. The two options are:

A topical study on prayer
My thought here is to study about 5 to 10 prayers from various Bible characters, Old and New Testament, to learn more about prayer and how to strengthen our prayer lives. For example, the Lord’s Prayer, Solomon’s prayer for wisdom, etc.

An expositional study of a New Testament book
Similar to the 1 & 2 Timothy study, my study on Mark, and so on. I’m leaning toward Galatians or Philippians, but I’m not 100% settled on a particular book yet.

We will most likely do both of these studies, it’s just a question of which one to do next.

Here’s where y’all come in! Leave a comment below and let me know two things:

1. Which study would you like to do next?

2.a. If you prefer the prayer study, what are some prayers from the Old or New Testament that you’d like to see included?

2.b. If you prefer the expositional book study, which book of the New Testament would you like to study? (We have already done Mark, Colossians, 1&2 Timothy, 1, 2 & 3 John, Philemon, and Jude)

I’ll take everybody’s input into consideration, pray about it, and let you know soon what our next study will be!

38 thoughts on “What’s Our Next Bible Study?”

  1. A couple of books that I’ve been through with different sermon series but never an individual Bible study that I would love to see done are 1&2 Peter. Thanks for all your hard work and dedication. The Lord is blessing, teaching, and encouraging many people through you.

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  2. I would like the prayer study. Prayers from Daniel, Jehoshaphat, Hezekiah, Solomon and when Jesus prays for those of us who will believe are done I can think of.

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    1. I look forward to whatever you do! Personally I would prefer a book. Thank you for making your studies available online free of charge! What a blessing you are!!!

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  3. Michelle, I’m including this here since this is your latest post. It seems like some time back we may have mentioned about having a forum type format connected to your blog. I’m not sure how that would work, and I wouldn’t want you to take it on to have to moderate, but so many of us have similar opinions that it would be nice to have some topical boards. Perhaps someone is savvy about setting this up IF you want to do that. This is essentially the only Christian blog I follow and I know I can trust the content. Thanks!

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    1. Hi Robin- I don’t think there’s a way to do that that connects directly to the blog. Probably the easiest thing would be to set up a Facebook group. Anybody who would like to do that is more than welcome to, and I will be glad to share a link to it on my Facebook page. I just don’t have time to admin something like that or to be responsible for the content that is shared. Honestly, I don’t even join groups on Facebook anymore because I don’t have time to participate, much less admin.

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      1. Thank you for replying to this. I’ve moderated a group before on Yahoo groups, however, due to my schedule, do not want to do that now. And, of course, I don’t want you to add anything to your schedule. Thanks again for all you do!

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  4. Tough choice here, sister! Both would be a blessing, although I do struggle with prayer. I would love to see the prayer of Christ for all those who would believe discussed. Thank you for all your hard work!

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