I can believe how far we have come since the beginning of the year. We are already on Deuteronomy, the last book in the Pentateuch. On the one hand I’m surprised by how far we’ve come, on the other, I’m kinda ready to be done with the books of law. We will begin the book of Deuteronomy on September 9!
I have always loved spending time in the Scriptures. I think it is the privilege and duty of the faithful to read God’s word regularly. While on earth we are called to unite ourselves to our Lord and live as closely as possible to the love of the Holy Trinity. We do this through Scripture reading, daily prayer, and connecting with our brothers and sisters in faith.
“Ignorance of scripture is ignorance of Christ,” St. Jerome.
Because of my passion for scripture and brining it to others, I have written this Bible-A-Day series. On September 9, we will begin the book of Deuteronomy. The book of Deuteronomy concludes the books of Law and in it we will see the final blessings of God before the Israelites take possession of the Promised Land. There will be a review of all the great things the Lord has done since Exodus, and a warning to what will happen if the Israelites don’t live up to the covenant of the Lord. You can download the workbook here, or purchase on Amazon here. The inside is the same on both, but I wanted to give people options.
I’ve written a devotional for the book of Deuteronomy. In it, I share reflections for each chapter of the book along with a memory verse, a contemplation question, and space to journal. If you’re interested in that book, check it out below!
You’ll find at the beginning of the ebook:
– Introduction to the book of Deuteronomy
– Explanation of the bible study method we will use, called P.R.A.Y.
– A coloring chart for bible marking
– A page for each chapter of scripture for journaling
– A preview for each week with a memory verse and challenge
We will be doing this bible study here on the blog each week. Each Sunday, I will be posting all of the resources you will need for the week ahead. On Wednesdays, I will share my weekly APPLY.
Follow me on social media so we can connect and encourage one another on this journey. I am on all social media @TheGenFem. Use #BADLeviticus for Bible-A-Day and #TheGenFem so we can keep up with all the fun being done!
Share this study with your friends at Church or on your social media so we can all come together and share our faith and encourage one another. Uplifting one others is one of the most important things we can do in our faith.
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