Welcome to Week 3!!!
Good Morning all OBSers! Hope you ALL had a wonderful weekend!! What one fun thing did you do?
This is your...
SUGGESTED guide for the week to help you keep up in the Bible study! Print this, post it to your fridge or tuck it in your study book.
What We’re Reading This Week...Hannah (pp. 49-60 in study guide)
Hannah: Surrendering in Waiting
Her Character: Provoked by another woman’s malice, she refused to respond in kind. Instead she poured out her hurt and sorrow to God, allowing Him to vindicate her.
Key Scriptures: 1 Samuel 1:1-21. 2:19-21
Memory Verse: Colossians 1:11 – (We are) being strengthened with all power according to his glorious might so that you may have great endurance and patience
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Observe — Our theme this week “God is with us in those moments when patience is needed and endurance is required. He uses these as opportunities to transform us and tech us to truly value what matters most – His loving ability to meet all of our needs!” What thoughts come to mind when you read this statement?
Bible — (We are) being strengthened with all power according to his glorious might so that you may have great endurance and patience. Colossians 1:11
Let’s try Verse Mapping this verse; click here for more information.
Stretch — What is God speaking to you about through the lives of the women in this study? Prayerfully consider and journal your thoughts.
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