Jesus At The Center
In our recent summer survey, one woman asked if we could do more "Bible study-alongs" on Instagram. I loved that and can't wait for us to come together as a community across the world and open the Word of God together. On Monday, we are going to begin studying the book of Philippians together. For the past few months, the Lord has continually led me back to this portion of Scripture to build my life upon. The theme of this book is "Jesus at the center." Every verse points back to our flawless, perfect Savior. He is worth running after with all of our energy. He is worthy of our praise and adoration. He is the answer to our need for contentment and our daily battles we face in this world. Jesus should be at the center of our life.
My prayer is that we would humbly come to God's Word hungry each day with teachable hearts and willing spirits. I will post an Instagram each day with what the Lord is teaching me from the text. As much as I would love to do a daily blog post, I am not committing to that in this season with a newborn. If I am able to blog, I will post about it on Instagram and Facebook. I will be using the Give Me Jesus journal as we go through the study. We will break down each day using the format in the journal. My desire in this is that women would learn how to study the Bible on their own and be able to use the journal as a tool to daily open the Word and read! You can purchase your journal here to study with us.
Grab your Philippians reading guide here and share what you are learning on Instagram using the hashtag #wellwateredwomen. I look forward to diving deep into God's Word with you. It is an incredible blessing to study with sisters in Christ all over the world and encourage each other to pursue Jesus each day! If you plan on participating in the study, I would love to meet you! Comment below and introduce yourself!
I am praying for you all today! And I am coming before the Lord with my hands wide open and my heart ready to be changed and to know Jesus more.
Your sister, Gretchen