Saturday, September 8, 2012

The Shelter of God's Promises Study - Wk 2

Welcome! What a great first week we've had in our online study of The Shelter of God's Promises by Sheila Walsh! 

We are now a group of 91 women, representing 26 states and 6 countries. 

91 women studying God’s Word together! Praise God!

Comments on the posts have been ongoing. If you visit toward the beginning of the week, try to stop back again later in the week and join in the conversation. J

Have a great week!

In Christ,
Laura

Week  2– Sept. 9-15, 2012

The Promise
And my God will meet all your needs according to his glorious riches in Christ Jesus. – Philippians 4:19 NIV 1984

Monday/Tuesday Read Chapter 2 “Provision…I Don’t Have Enough.”

Wednesday/Thursday – Work on the Bible study for Chapter 2 (pgs. 192-193)

Friday – Spend time in prayer. Reflect back on the reading—what from Chapter 2 really stood out for you?

During the week
·         Visit Laura Rath ~ Journey in Faith. Share your thoughts in the comments section.

·         Journal your thoughts &/or make notes in your book of Scripture and points you want to remember. 

4 comments:

  1. My entire life I have been afraid of people leaving me. It started with my dad when I was very little, and it has continued to be my biggest fear up to today. God has allowed some deeply painful experiences in my life as a way to show me something Sheila Walsh writes at the end of this chapter. She says, "Jesus says to all of us, no matter what we're facing right now: I am enough. I am enough. I am more than enough." It almost makes me cry to type it. I know those words to be true, but my heart struggles to feel that truth.

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    1. Hi Penny,
      This is a lesson I am learning as well...Jesus is all I need. He is enough. I know it to be true, but my emotions are still very human and can send me over the edge. On days I can't feel Him near, I KNOW He has not left me. The knowing gets me through the days I can't feel Him. And the days I feel Him reinforce the fact that I know He doesn't leave me.

      So glad to be studying with you! Thanks for your comment!
      In Christ,
      Laura

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  2. Wow...love Gods timing with this study...no matter what it is that we are going through He is more than enough! I would certainly not have been able to head off with no provisions...I can't even go away for a night without packing a large bag! Fully trusting God to provide everything we could possibly need is not easy...especially when you are running a household and you like to have everything organized and planned out well in advance. My daily prayer is that I will let go and trust that God is more than enough...because He is all that and more!!

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    1. Learning (and remembering) to trust and completely depend on God is a lifelong process, I think. I'm so thankful He's a patient God!
      Thank Lynda! God bless!

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Thank you for sharing your thoughts!