Three-week Study on Titus

Well, I’m in the same situation I was in about a month or so ago, with a little time between scheduled Bible studies. I haven’t decided for sure whether I will be participating in Good Morning Girls’ Luke study, which begins on January 14, because I’m not sure what the ladies’ group at my church will be studying or what my husband and I may decide to study together. Regardless, I am faced with a few weeks with nothing scheduled for me, so I have decided to study Titus! I really enjoyed my earlier study on Jude, and I wanted to invite you to join me for a similar journey through Titus. I think it will be great!

I will be following the Good Morning Girls’ SOAP Bible study format, which I invite you to do as well! I’m still loving this approach to Bible study, so I’ll be continuing it. Here’s how it works:

S– The S stands for Scripture- you physically write out the scripture……you’ll be amazed that what God will reveal to you just by taking the time to slow down and actually write out what you are reading!

O– The O stands for observation- what do you see in the verses that you’re reading. Who is the audience? Is there a repetition of words? What words stand out to you?

A– The A stands for Application- this is when God’s Word becomes personal. What is God saying to me today? How can I apply what I just read to my own personal life? What changes do I need to make? Is there an action that I need to take?

P– And finally P stands for Prayer. Pray God’s Word back to Him. If He has revealed something to you during this time in His Word, pray about it. Confess if He has revealed some sin that is in your life.

That’s it, once again! Simple, yet powerful. So grab a Bible, a journal, and a pen, and feel free to join me. Many blessings, and Merry Christmas! (Don’t let the holidays be an excuse to let your Bible study slip… If you’re not doing this, do something!)

Titus Reading Schedule: 

WEEK ONE
December 24 – Titus 1:1-3
December 25 – Titus 1:4-6
December 26 – Titus 1:7-9
December 27 – Titus 1:10-11
December 28 – Titus 1:12-14

WEEK TWO
December 31 – Titus 1:15-16
January 1 – Titus 2:1-5
January 2 – Titus 2:6-8
January 3 – Titus 2:9-10
January 4 – Titus 2:11-14

WEEK THREE
January 7 – Titus 2:15 – 3:3
January 8 – Titus 3:4-7
January 9 – Titus 3:8-9
January 10 – Titus 3:10-11
January 11 – Titus 3:12-15

 

Be a Blessing,
Angela

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TDOT: Days Twenty-Four, Twenty-Five, Twenty-Six, and Twenty-Seven

So, I haven’t been posting primarily because of the inconvenience. I have a million little, underlying reasons, but that’s the biggest one. If I had set out to share my daily thanks simply via Facebook status, like most rational people, then this wouldn’t be an issue. Instead, I decided to make a blog post every day.

It is impossible for me to write a blog post every day. Really. I don’t know what I was thinking.

Excuses aside, I have still been thankful! I just haven’t been blogging about it. Here is what I’ve been thankful for every day since I last blogged:

Saturday

  • My nephew turned 16! Thankfully, he can’t drive until next month when he takes his test. 😉 Happy birthday Brad!
  • My brother-in-law turned –! Once you get past 21, you don’t need to report it anymore. Happy birthday Matt!

Sunday

  • Homemade sushi! I hadn’t had sushi in forever — since before pregnancy a year ago — so I was super excited when my husband got a wild hair and decided he wanted to make some! He makes an awesome California roll! Nom nom.
  • I found out that my friend, Amanda, will be having her baby this week! I am SO excited to meet little Macy and squish her cheeks. Prayers for a safe delivery for momma and baby.

Monday

  • My Moby wrap again! Bubs has days where he just refuses to nap, which makes for a fussy Bubs, which makes for an irritated momma. It’s nice to be able to put him into the Moby where, if he doesn’t get a full nap, he can at least snooze happily for a while as I get a few things done. I can’t exactly do P90X while he’s in there, but I can do some things. Thanks again, Rebecca!
  • My beautiful tree that little Bubs helped me decorate Sunday, and that we’re now enjoying. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

Today

  • Socks! It’s chilly.
  • The Gospel according to John. I love the literary beauty and theological richness that is chapter one, and I’m so glad that the Good Morning Girls Advent study has me meditating there today!

What are you thanking the Lord for today? 

Jude Week Two

Welcome back for the second and final week of Jude before we begin the Good Morning Girls’ Advent Study! Here’s a little intro video for this week, and then the schedule is posted below. Love!

Week Two (Remember to “SOAP” it!):
Nov. 19 – Jude 1:14-16
Nov. 20 – Jude 1:17-19
Nov. 21 – Jude 1:20-21
Nov. 22 – Jude 1:22-23
Nov. 23 – Jude 1:24-25

Intro to Jude Week One

Welcome! This week, I will be studying Jude 1:1-13, and I would love for you to join me! I laid out the plan and Bible study format for this two-week study in this post, and yes, it’s totally hi-jacked from the wonderful ladies at Good Morning Girls! I took their approach to Bible study and applied it to Jude, and then I copied their idea by making an intro video for it. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, you know. I REALLY liked their Colossians study!

Without further ado, let’s get started!

Week One (Remember to “SOAP” it!):

Nov. 12 – Jude 1:1-2
Nov. 13 – Jude 1:3-4
Nov. 14 – Jude 1:5-7
Nov. 15 – Jude 1:8-10
Nov. 16 – Jude 1:11-13

Two-week Study on Jude

Looking for a little direction in your quiet time? Need a new idea? I would like to invite you to join with me on a two-week study of the book of Jude, starting on Monday, November 12. Some of my friends and I have been participating in the Colossians study from GoodMorningGirls.org, which ends today, and there is a two-week break before the Advent study begins. What a perfect time to dig deeply into a little book that’s so easy to blow through.

I will be following the Good Morning Girls’ SOAP Bible study format, which I invite you to do as well! It has been such a refreshing change to my time in the Word that it just may be a permanent fixture in my journal! Here’s how it works:

S– The S stands for Scripture- you physically write out the scripture……you’ll be amazed that what God will reveal to you just by taking the time to slow down and actually write out what you are reading!

O– The O stands for observation- what do you see in the verses that you’re reading. Who is the audience? Is there a repetition of words? What words stand out to you?

A– The A stands for Application- this is when God’s Word becomes personal. What is God saying to me today? How can I apply what I just read to my own personal life? What changes do I need to make? Is there an action that I need to take?

P– And finally P stands for Prayer. Pray God’s Word back to Him. If He has revealed something to you during this time in His Word, pray about it. Confess if He has revealed some sin that is in your life.

That’s it! Simple, yet powerful. So grab a Bible, a journal, and a pen, and feel free to join my friends and me on this short journey through a rich letter from (probably) the brother of Jesus Himself.

Blessings!

Jude Reading Schedule: 

Nov. 12 – Jude 1:1-2
Nov. 13 – Jude 1:3-4
Nov. 14 – Jude 1:5-7
Nov. 15 – Jude 1:8-10
Nov. 16 – Jude 1:11-13

Nov. 19 – Jude 1:14-16
Nov. 20 – Jude 1:17-19
Nov. 21 – Jude 1:20-21
Nov. 22 – Jude 1:22-23
Nov. 23 – Jude 1:24-25