Good morning! I’m so glad you are joining us for our Summer Online Bible Study!
We will be studying some extraordinary women of the Bible this summer, beginning today with Eve.
If you are new to our Online Bible Studies, I’d like to explain how this works. Each morning at 6:30AM (EST), I will post the references for Scripture you are to read that day. You’ll use your own Bible to read the selections. I post small reading assignments because I want us to really dig in and study the selections deeply. New this time, we are also using John MacArthur’s book, Twelve Extraordinary Women as a supplement. I will post the pages you are to read each day. You do not have to have the book in order to participate in this Bible Study. If you choose to get it, you can order here or find on ebay.
A little later this morning, I will post a Welcome video on Youtube. You can visit my Youtube Channel and subscribe here. Each morning, I will also post a video giving you the day’s reading selection and praying for our day. On Wednesdays, I will post a little bit longer video with some discussion.
The point of these Bible studies is to encourage us to daily read our Bibles and pray. While devotional books are good, there is no substitute for reading God’s Word and spending time daily In His Presence. For this reason, I won’t offer a lot of my own opinions or interpretations in this study. I want God to speak directly to you through His Word. Ask the Holy Spirit to teach you and show you new things as you read.
Eve’s name is used only four times in the Bible. Find and read those verses.
2 Cor. 11:3
1 Timothy 2:13
Twelve Extraordinary Women Book Selections:
Read Chapter 1, Eve: Mother of All Living – Introduction (stop at Her Creation, which is tomorrow’s reading)
Please fine tune your eyes and make some notes about anything you read regarding marriage. On Wednesday, I will be sharing with you some things about God’s purpose for marriage from the very beginning. I’m especially excited about this!
*Be sure to comment with any insights you have after reading. To comment, click the little speech bubble in the top right corner of the post. I will Comment daily with my notes and insights.