8 Bible Studies Worth Doing
Bible study is my jam. I love it. I love everything about Bible study. Maybe you can’t tell, but Bible studies are my favorite! So for today I want to share with you eight Bible studies I love! These are studies I’ve actually done, so you can rest assured they are top-notch! Any of these studies can be done with a group or just by yourself. I’ve done both.
Cynthia Heald’s Intimacy with God: Revised and Expanded: A Bible Study in the Psalms – In this book you will find encouragement and help to walk with God through the Psalms. It was this Bible study that made me fall in love with the Psalms. I love this one so much I’ve done it twice!
Cynthia Heald’s Becoming a Woman Whose God Is Enough – In this study the author will help you understand how God desires to bless you with His fullness and will teach you to depend on Him completely.
Beth Moore’s Children of the Day – Bible Study Book: 1 & 2 Thessalonian. I never had really read, let alone studied these books in the New Testament, but after reading Beth’s amazing study I’ve fallen in love with these epistles! During this nine week study, you’ll learn how to let go of past mistakes and discover your circumstances are not coincidental – God’s timing is impeccable!
Beth Moore’s – Bible study on James – Mercy Triumps – See how one glimpse of the resurrected Savior turned an unbeliever into a disciple. Bible scholars compare James to the prophet Amos. In other ways, James more closely resembles the Book of Proverbs than any other New Testament book.
Elizabeth George’s The Remarkable Women of the Bible: And Their Message for Your Life Today. In this study you will look at the imperfect, but amazing women God includes in His word. I loved this encouraging book and study because each women had a lesson for me, even today!
Angie Smith’s Seamless – Whether you’ve grown up hearing Bible stories or you’re exploring Scripture for the first time, the full story of the Bible can be overwhelming.
Experience the Bible as a whole as you gain clarity and confidence in your understanding of Scripture. Discover a biblical context that reshapes and brings to life stories from the Old and New Testaments.
Priscilla Shirer ’s He Speaks to Me – Priscilla draws life lessons from the account of God speaking to the boy Samuel in the beloved Bible story found in 1 Samuel 3. Priscilla relates six characteristics found in Samuel that are applicable to women today as they tune their hearts to hear God’s voice.
I want to encourage you, you don’t NEED a Bible study to study God’s Word. That’s why I’ve included this book by Jen Wilkin. In this book you can learn how to study God’s word on your own – without a guide. It might seem intimidating (it was for me at first), but rest assured Jen walks you through the process perfectly!
What Bible studies do you like?
What books have you read that encourage your heart to study God’s word?
Leave a comment and I’ll pick TWO winners next week to win a stack of some of my favorite books!
8 Bible Studies Worth Doing