Next Monday we will begin a new online Bible study together.
The only book you’ll need is your Bible, and grab your pen and journal while you are at it.
What might happen if Jesus walked up to you today and asked you to drop your nets?
Sound’s great, right?
Unless that means dropping your plans.
Leaving the familiar.
Trusting God when it doesn’t make sense.
For four weeks we’ll dig deep together to discover what it means to say, “But if you say so” to God and where that might lead.
I promise you this. It won’t be easy, but it will absolutely change you.
Joining the study?
We’ll chat three times a week right here on the blog. Be sure to subscribe to the blog if you haven’t already.
Tell your friends about it. Invite them to join for a cup of coffee to talk about what you learn through this study.
If you’ve joined me on The Unburdened Heart or The Mended Heart study, this will absolutely help you take the next steps. If not, what will you gain in this study?
You’ll grow in your faith.
Discover Jesus on a deeper level.
Perhaps even discover who you are along the way.
This online study begins Monday, May 26, and ends June 16, 2014.
It includes two teachings each week, ending with a “But if You Say So” challenge each Friday. Many will be writing about their challenge, linking up to encourage others!
I can’t wait to see you right here next Monday!
This study sounds great! And it’s just what I need right now as my husband and I face some difficult decisions trying to be sure we are following God’s will. Sometimes it is so very hard to drop the net when you are just not sure you are hearing correctly. I also love having a Bible study that is strictly from the Word! Unburdened Heart and Mended Heart were great studies, but you can’t get any better than studying straight from the Word. Looking forward to this one so much… Blessings
You are so right. It is hard. I’m so glad you are going to be with us in this study, and I look forward to hearing where your journey takes you and your husband.
Suzie, l had fallen behind in The Mended Heart study. I am on the Momentum chapter. Reading and identifying, in my heart knowing what l needed and realizing l am a stuck in a rut procrastinating retired woman that has more than enough time to answer His calling and obey. Then l read this email and smile at the connection. Thank you Jesus for bringing Suzie into my life. It is all Grace!
Oh Victoria, what a beautiful thing to say. : )
I’m looking forward to digging deeper but I have to admit to some trepidation. I’ve been holding on to these nets for so long they’ve almost become my security blanket. I know that it is what I need to do and what God is calling me to do but it’s very scary and I’m afraid I won’t have the strength not to pick them back up again. Please pray for me as we start this journey on Monday.
I’ll be praying, Cheryl.
I’m looking forward to a Bible Study withjournal only. Thanks
You are welcome, Donna. We’ll do studies with books, and studies with journals, but our foundation will always be the Bible. : ) It will be a good mix. So glad you are joining us!
Looking forward to digging into His Word as I’m steppjing out int.o the deep in His work next mont
can you help me understand the difference between a blog (or the benefit of joining an OBS blog) vs an e-mail? I would like to do this OBS with you.
Yes, help! Was subscribing with my email the correct way to join this study?
I am looking very forward to this next Monday and digging into the word. See you. Monday
See you then, Tara! Help me spread the word. : )
I would like to be part of this study. I am in the Limitless Life study. Which book you are using besides the Bible. I read the story in the Bible on Simon the fisherman and I really had to think about how I would respond to Jesus. I find that answering the questions really makes me think about how I would or should react. I’m always ready to dig deeper.
Thank you Suzie
Just the Bible, Janet, for this one. I would encourage you to grab a journal. You can buy one at WalMart for less than $5. It’s helpful to journal your thoughts along the way.