BSF Study Questions Genesis: Lesson 30

BSF Study Questions Lesson 30: Book of Genesis

Well, we made it. I usually just do one post for Lesson 30 since they are all personal questions. Plus, since I just lost my cat, I’m having a really hard time doing anything right now.

Day 1:

For me, I was impacted by how God can do anything he wants, from choosing who he wants to his punishments and consequences of sin. Unsure of his will for me. I just keep plugging along, hoping it is God’s will.

Day 2:

I always have loved Joseph. He faced so many challenges and struggles in his life, yet God had a plan to save the world (and us) through him. It’s one of the most hopeful stories in the Bible. If you can believe that God has a plan for your life and everything works together for your good, then life will be infintely easier.

Day 3:

I hate these questions. I don’t know. I always hope I’m a better person, but it’s truly hard to see that in my life.

Day 4:

Same as Day 3. I’m truly uncertain.

Day 5:

Keep on shining God’s light as best as I can as a flawed human. That’s all I can do.

Day 6:

Trust God.

Dogs and Cats
They DO Love Each Other!

4 thoughts on “BSF Study Questions Genesis: Lesson 30

  1. I am so sorry you lost your kitty ;*( I still miss my Ursula and she’s been gone for years. We’ll see them in Heaven, I believe.
    It’s interesting….I had a really hard time with the last few lessons, too. I’ve been going thru a fog of depression and not seeing/feeling God, so I didn’t like hearing about all the suffering either or about how perfect God’s timing is. Just kinda irked me…I’ve about had all the suffering I can stand. Being totally honest here. But, like you, I just keep pressing on. I guess this is one of those “faith-building” times that hurt like hell.
    I’m not up to Lesson 30 yet (25 or -6 right now). I’ll prolly hate the questions, too ;). Oh, well.
    I hope He will comfort you. Bless you.

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    1. Thank you for your condolences, Mary. The last few lessons of BSF are really hard for me every year. There’s only so much self-reflection I can take before I need a break. Yeah, the key is to just doing what you’re doing till the fog rises. Thanks again!


  2. My heart goes out to you because I know what it’s like to lose a special pet. My husband and I had two sweet beagles and a guinea pig, we loved them like we love our human family. God gave us these special fur babies and we were their stewards. I pray that you will heal and know that your special cat was loved and blessed to have you.

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