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7 Summer Bible Studies You Should Know

Hey all!

If you are like me, you may be struggling with what to study this coming summer when BSF (Bible Study Fellowship) takes a break. It’s important to always be in the Word of God, but it can be challenging to do so.

Here are some suggested summer Bible studies you can try, or see if your local church is doing any to join.

  1. The Faithful by Priscilla Shirer, Kelly Minter, Beth Moore, and more
  2. The Armor of God by Priscilla Shirer
  3. Seamless by Angie Smith (check out the teen girl’s version, too)
  4. Read throught the book of Proverbs
  5. Pursuing Holiness: Applications from the Book of James by Philip Nation
  6. Detours: The Unpredictable Path to Your Destiny by Tony Evans
  7. 30-Day Challenges by Nancy Leigh Demoss

I will be using WordGo’s Bible studies and posting my answers, similar to what I did last year. These will begin sometime in June and run through the middle of August. The great thing about these summer Bible studies is that they are short, so they aren’t a big time commitment.

It doesn’t matter which summer Bible study you choose; all that matters is that you pick one.

Have a great summer everyone!

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Summer Devotionals

Hey all!

I was thinking what I could do to stay in the Word during the summer and devotionals came to mind.  But simple devotionals.  Something to keep those of us who struggle without accountability accountable.  And blogging here with you all will help me (and I pray you all too) immensely.

So three times a week (Mon/Wed/Fri baring vacations) I’ll post one Bible verse and a small commentary.  My goal is to keep it short, simple, and pithy.  Not to be overwhelming during the summer when we’re all going in a dozen different directions in one day.  But just a brief pause to contemplate Him and what He’s doing in our lives.  I hope you find this helpful and feedback would be immensely appreciated.

So here’s the first one:

Psalm 30:5:

“Weeping may remain for a night, but rejoicing comes in the morning.”

Difficulties don’t last; they are transitory.  My grandmother always used to say in 6 months you’re problems today will be gone, most likely replaced with something else.  So quit worrying, give your sorrows, pain, and trouble up to Him and let it go.