BLOGGING THRU THE BIBLE: Book of Acts {Recap}

 

 

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The Book of Acts was one wonderful book where we see the Holy Spirit in action guiding the Apostles in their daily lives. The author was Luke, a doctor by profession from Antioch, Syria and the only Gentile in the Bible. He was a companion of Paul, often travelling with him.

As we see study Book of Acts, we see similarities between the Apostle Paul and Peter. They both performed miracles, saw visions, suffered for their faith, filled with the Holy Spirit, healed the sick, exorcised demons, raised the dead, and died in Rome.

There are 8 main significant events in the Book of Acts:

  1. The Day of Pentecost
  2. The Complaint of the Widows
  3. Stephen’s Martydom
  4. Philip in Samaria
  5. The Conversation of Paul
  6. Peter in Caesarea
  7. The Jerusalem Council
  8. Coherent Purpose

The Word of God spread quickly during their time and expansion took place. We are AMBASSADOR of CHRIST, let’s continue to spread the Good News in every situation we can!

Happy studying girls.

God bless,

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BLOGGING THRU: We Continue…. and An Annoucement {Resources for Acts 21-25}

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Welcome back to Week 5!

All are welcome to join anytime – there are no enrollments or sign-ups!

For those who are asking – we will complete the Book of Acts on October 14th and then we will have a break.

The Book of Numbers Begins Monday, October 26th!

The Book of Numbers Journal is available NOW!!

The Book of Acts Journal - One Chapter a Day

We also have the Good Morning Guys Journal for guys ages 10 and up. A perfect way to study together with your son or partner.

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Here’s the  Printable Bible Bookmark

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Here is this week’s Bible Reading Plan:

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This week we will look at:

Chapter 21 – Paul Goes to Jerusalem and Is Arrested in the Temple

Chapter 22 – Paul Testifies Before the People in Jerusalem

Chapter 23 – A Plot to Kill Paul

Chapter 24 – Paul Kept in Prison

Chapter 25 – Paul Appeals to Casesar

Here are this week’s Group Discussion Questions

{If you do not have a group, use these for a personal time of reflection}

Please do feel free to contact me to join a group too anytime.

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To print the 28 Discussion Questions for Acts – click here.

The Verses of the Day:

This printable includes all 5 “Verses of the Day” — for the entire week.  Print and cut them out and put them in the bathroom, kitchen, beside your bed and computer and use them for meditation throughout the week.

This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do according to all that is written in it. For then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have good success. – Joshua 1:8

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Click HERE to print the Verses of the Day for Acts 16-20

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I’m so excited you are here!

**WAVES**

Have a wonderful, blessed week and let’s study together.

Peace be with you,

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BLOGGING THRU: We Begin……{Resources for Acts 16 -20}

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This week, we continue with Acts 16-20. Book of Acts just gets better.

All are welcome to join anytime – there are no enrollments or sign-ups!

Here’s the  Printable Bible Bookmark

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Here is this week’s Bible Reading Plan:

This week we will look at:

Chapter 16 – Timothy Joins Paul and Silas / Lydia is Converted / Paul and Silas in Prison

Chapter 17 – Paul in Thessalonica, Berea, & Athens

Chapter 18 – Paul, Priscilla and Aquila in Corinth, Antioch & Ephesus

Chapter 19 – Paul in Ephesus / Sons of Sceva / A Riot at Ephesus

Chapter 20 – Paul in Macedonia & Greece / Eutychus Raised from the Dead / Paul’s Farewell in Ephesus

Here are this week’s Group Discussion Questions

{If you do not have a group, use these for a personal time of reflection}

Please do feel free to contact me to join a group too anytime.

 

To print the 28 Discussion Questions for Acts – click here.

The Verses of the Day:

This printable includes all 5 “Verses of the Day” — for the entire week.  Print and cut them out and put them in the bathroom, kitchen, beside your bed and computer and use them for meditation throughout the week.

This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do according to all that is written in it. For then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have good success. – Joshua 1:8

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Click HERE to print the Verses of the Day for Acts 16-20

We use SOAK Method for our study:

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I’m so excited you are here!

**WAVES**

Have a wonderful, blessed week and let’s study together.

Peace be with you,

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BLOGGING THRU: We Begin……{Resources for Acts 11-15}

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This week, we continue with Acts 11 -15.

All are welcome to join anytime – there are no enrollments or sign-ups!

Here’s the  Printable Bible Bookmark

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Here is this week’s Bible Reading Plan:

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This week we will look at:

Chapter 11: Peter’s Report / Antioch’s Church

Chapter 12: James Killed / Peter Rescued from Prison / Herod’s Death

Chapter 13: Paul and Barnabas in Cyprus and Antioch

Chapter 14: Paul and Barnabas in Iconium, Lystra and back to Antioch

Chapter 15: The Jerusalem Council / Paul and Barnabas Separate

How exciting!

Here are this week’s Group Discussion Questions

{If you do not have a group, use these for a personal time of reflection}

Please do feel free to contact me to join a group too anytime.



To print the 28 Discussion Questions for Acts – click here.

The Verses of the Day:

This printable includes all 5 “Verses of the Day” — for the entire week.  Print and cut them out and put them in the bathroom, kitchen, beside your bed and computer and use them for meditation throughout the week.

This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do according to all that is written in it. For then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have good success. – Joshua 1:8

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We use SOAK Method for our study:

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I’m so excited you are here!

**WAVES**

Have a wonderful, blessed week and let’s study together.

Peace be with you,

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BLOGGING THRU THE BIBLE: Going Deeper {Acts 6-10}

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It’s time for us to go deeper. Let’s dig in!

 

Here are this week’s extra resources.

Acts 6The Appointment of the Seven

“Therefore, brothers, pick out from among you seven men of good repute, full of the Spirit and of wisdom, whom we will appoint to this duty.” (v. 3)

InterVarsity’s New Testament Commentary says:

The Word is central to the church’s growth–so central that Satan will use a congregation’s expectations and traditions (often innocent in themselves) to distract ministers from what is required for effective proclamation of the Word. In the midst of great advance, the Jerusalem church faced the same problem.

Luke notes the church’s continued numerical growth as the apostles faithfully teach and evangelize (5:42). This success leads to an overload for the apostles in their administration of the common fund for the poor. As a result, the Grecian Jewish widows are being overlooked in the daily food distribution. The resulting complaints threaten to destroy the church’s unity…

The Twelve instruct the congregation to find seven men with a good reputation. The spiritual qualification full of the Spirit applies to those who have so fully given themselves to following Christ that God’s saving, sanctifying and edifying grace is clearly and continuously manifest in their lives. The final qualification is wisdom–that skill in administration and business which will bring efficient and effective accomplishment of a task…

Having weathered the threat, the church returns to its normal condition: growth. So integral to growth is the Word of God, the message of salvation, that Luke uses personification, saying literally, “The word of God grew” (see 12:24; 19:20).

Acts 7The Death of a Spirit-Filled Man

 “But Stephen, full of the Holy Spirit, gazed into heaven and saw the glory of God, and Jesus standing at the right hand of God.” (v. 55)

John Piper writes:

As the enemy – death –  draws near and opens its jaws to consume Stephen, the Holy Spirit in Stephen turns the jaws of death into a window of heaven. And instead of seeing the stomach of hell and the face of Satan, Stephen sees the glory of God and Jesus alive standing at the right hand of God…

Do you see how death is stripped of its power here and made the servant of God’s servant? It raises its ugly head and threatens to take away from us all the pleasures of bright spring mornings and buds on the trees and warmth on the skin and the colors of fall and the stars in the night sky, but instead it opens the window of heaven and reveals the glory of God. It threatens to take away our most precious relationships, but instead it shows Jesus standing to receive us.

I don’t mean that every believer will get the same vision of glory and of Jesus that Stephen got. But I do mean that this is the way the Holy Spirit comforts us when we are dying, and robs death of its power. One way or another he makes death a window to the glory of God and to Jesus. And for those who love Jesus more than anyone and long for the glory of God more than anything the sting of death is gone and the power of death is broken.

Acts 8Go Near

Verse 29, “The Spirit told Philip, ‘Go to that chariot and stay near it.’”

Lysa Terkeurst writes:

This Ethiopian Eunuch wasn’t like Philip. He wasn’t in his inner circle, comfort zone, or part of his immediate sphere of influence. And yet, the Spirit instructed Philip to go close.

God help us. We must break out of the boxes of our normality and dare to go close to those we don’t understand. We must not use words like, “those people” with pointed fingers and hard hearts and spiritually superior attitudes.

By going close, we see things we need to see. We hear things we need to hear. And our hearts become tender in the way we must be tender.

By going close, we might actually dare to let love guide our approach.

Acts 9Never Say Never

Immediately he preached the Christ in the synagogues, that He is the Son of God. (v.20)

In Our Daily Bread it says:

When Saul of Tarsus began to attack the followers of Jesus, no one could have imagined that he would ever become a disciple of Christ. “Never. Not a chance.”

Yet Acts 9:1-9 records the story of Saul’s blinding encounter with Jesus on the road to Damascus. Within a few days of that life-changing event, Saul was preaching in the synagogues of Damascus that Jesus was the Son of God, to the astonishment of all who heard him (vv.20-21).

When it comes to God’s work in the most difficult people we know, we should never say “never.”

Acts 10Doing Good

“God anointed Jesus of Nazareth with the Holy Spirit and with power. He went about doing good and healing all who were oppressed by the devil, for God was with him.” (v. 38)

Charles Spurgeon writes:

“He went about doing good.” From this description it is evident that he did good personally.

The evangelists constantly tell us that he touched the leper with his own finger, thathe anointed the eyes of the blind, and that in cases where he was asked to speak the word only at a distance, he did not usually comply, but went himself to the sick bed, and there personally wrought the cure.

A lesson to us, if we would do good, to do it ourselves.

Give alms with your own hand; a kind look, or word, will enhance the value of the gift.  Speak to a friend about his soul; your loving appeal will have more influence than a whole library of tracts.

Our Lord’s mode of doing good sets forth his incessant activity! He did not only the good which came close to hand, but he “went about” on his errands of mercy.

How this reproves the creeping, loitering manner, in which many professors serve the Lord. Let us gird up the loins of our mind, and be not weary in well doing. Does not the text imply that Jesus Christ went out of his way to do good? “He went about doing good.”

He was never deterred by danger or difficulty. He sought out the objects of his gracious intentions. So must we.

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I’m so excited you are here!  Do not get discouraged if you fall behind – summer vacations and busy calendars will press in on your time with the Lord – I’ll still be here for you – grace covers it all.  So don’t give up!

**WAVES**

Now – let’s dig in to Proverbs into 16  ❤

Peace be with you,

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BLOGGING THRU: We Begin……{Resources for Acts 6-10}

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This week, we continue with Acts 6-10.

All are welcome to join anytime – there are no enrollments or sign-ups!

Here’s the  Printable Bible Bookmark

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Here is this week’s Bible Reading Plan:

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This week we will look at:

Chapter 6: The Seven Who are Chosen to Serve the Widows / Steven Speaks

Chapter 7: The Stoning of Steven

Chapter 8: Saul Persecutes the Church / Philip, Simon and the Ethiopian Eunuch

Chapter 9: The Conversion of Saul

Chapter 10:  Peter’s Vision / The Holy Spirit Falls on Gentiles

This is going to be an amazing week of Bible Study!!!

Here are this week’s Group Discussion Questions

{If you do not have a group, use these for a personal time of reflection.}:

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Acts8        Acts9
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To print the 28 Discussion Questions for Acts – click here.

The Verses of the Day:

This printable includes all 5 “Verses of the Day” — for the entire week.  Print and cut them out and put them in the bathroom, kitchen, beside your bed and computer and use them for meditation throughout the week.

This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do according to all that is written in it. For then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have good success. – Joshua 1:8



Click HERE to print the Verses of the Day for Acts 6-10

We use SOAK Method for our study:

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I’m so excited you are here!

**WAVES**

Have a wonderful, blessed week and let’s study together.

Peace be with you,

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BLOGGING THRU THE BIBLE: One Heart, One Mind {Acts 1-5}

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Book of Acts is one of my favourite books.  We get to see the Holy Spirit in action and the power that we have in us. And most importantly, God is with us and we are to be the witness of our Lord. So, let’s start spreading the Good News together.

Firstly, in any situation – we are first to always PRAY and ask the Lord for his guidance, just like what the Apostles did when they wanted to replace Judas.

Next, there are three important things that we should do as Christians:

  1. Help the poor
  2. Fellowship and be united as one – one heart and one mind
  3. Trust the Lord and PRAY

Finally, the most powerful one of all is that SALVATION is found in JESUS and no one else. What a joy for us!

Happy studying girls.

God bless,

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BLOGGING THRU THE BIBLE: Going Deeper {Acts 1-5}

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We are going deeper today with our study.

We are not spoon fed easy passages of scripture and we don’t skim over the hard parts.

We read every.single.verse.

You are not given daily devotionals here to explain the texts and you aren’t told what each difficult thing means. You write out scripture, your observations, applications and prayers and when you don’t understand something you ask our community or look it up.

You are a diligent community – hungry for the Word of God – and willing to work hard daily to understand and apply it to your lives!

The type of study we do here is called exegisis which is “the process of drawing out the meaning from a text in accordance with the context and discoverable meaning of its author.”  We are also using the inductive study method which is taking a passage of scripture and observing it, then interpreting it and then applying it to our lives.

After this work is done – it is beneficial to go to commentaries or trusted scholars to see what they drew from the text as well.  There is so much we can learn from others.

Every Wednesday, I will include one source per chapter we are studying as {optional} deeper study for those who are desiring more.

Then on Fridays, I’ll wrap up the week with what God is teaching me as well!

Here are this week’s {optional} extra resources.

Acts 1

And when he had said these things, as they were looking on, he was lifted up, and a cloud took him out of their sight. (v. 9)

“The ascension of Christ is something of a neglected doctrine today. We don’t hear a lot of teaching on it. Sometimes I think we tend to treat it as a kind of “footnote” to the life, death, and resurrection of Christ—not part of the main text, kind of an afterthought. But I want us to realize today that the ascension of Christ is indeed a vital doctrine…

We see that in the ascension Jesus was taken up in a cloud. That’s not an insignificant detail. The cloud in the Scripture is a symbol of the presence and the glory of God, the Shekinah glory of God that manifested itself to the Old Testament Jews in a cloud, a pillar of cloud, the cloud that rested on Mount Sinai when God was revealing the Ten Commandments, the cloud that came and surrounded Jesus on the Mount of Transfiguration after Moses and Elijah appeared there with Jesus. Now the cloud symbolizes at the ascension that Jesus is entering back into the glory of God.”

To read more go to —> The Ascension of Christ by Nancy Leigh Demoss

Acts 2

When the day of Pentecost arrived, they were all together in one place.And suddenly there came from heaven a sound like a mighty rushing wind, and it filled the entire house where they were sitting. And divided tongues as of fire appeared to them and rested on each one of them. And they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in other tongues as the Spirit gave them utterance. (v.1-4)

The Day of Pentecost from Matthew Henry’s Commentary:

“We often read in the old Testament of God’s coming down in a cloud as when he took possession first of the tabernacle, and afterwards of the temple, which intimates the darkness of that dispensation. And Christ went up to heaven in a cloud, to intimate how much we are kept in the dark concerning the upper world. But the Holy Ghost did not descend in a cloud for he was to dispel and scatter the clouds that overspread men’s minds, and to bring light into the world.

  1.  Here is an audible summons given them to awaken their expectations of something great, Acts 2:2. It is here said, that it came suddenly, did not rise gradually, as common winds do, but was at the height immediately. It came sooner than they expected, and startled even those that were now together waiting, and probably employed in some religious exercises.
  2. Here is a visible sign of the gift they were to receive. They saw cloven tongues, like as of fire (Acts 2:3), and it satekathise, not they sat, those cloven tongues, but he, that is the Spirit (signified thereby), rested upon each of them, as he is said to rest upon the prophets of old.
  3. They began to speak with other tongues, besides their native language, though they had never learned any other. They spoke not matters of common conversation, but the word of God, and the praises of his name, as the Spirit gave them utterance, or gave them to speak.

Acts 3

But Peter said, “I have no silver and gold, but what I do have I give to you. In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, rise up and walk!” (v. 6)

JR Miller writes:  “We may study the way Peter showed kindness to the beggar. There are a good many people who cannot give money to the needy–but they need not therefore do nothing. “Silver and gold have I none–but what I have–that give I you,” said Peter. He was a poor man. He had left all to follow Christ. He had no money with him that day to give to any beggar, and he might have heaved a sigh, dropped a tear, and then passed on to his evening prayers. But that was not what Peter did. He did not conclude that because he had no money with him, therefore he could not do anything for the poor man. He would give what he had to give.

 Money is not the only thing people need. It usually the poorest alms that can be given. Kind words are better, love and sympathy are finer. So far as we know, Jesus never gave money to anyone–and yet there never was such another giver of blessings as He was. We cannot impart the same large measure of help that Jesus gave–but we can give the same kind of help. There is not one of us who cannot give to other things, which will enrich their lives far, more than if we put money into their hands. We can give a cheering word, if nothing else, to some weary one in the way; a word will brighten his heart for many a long mile. Courage put into a tired heart, sympathy into a sorrowing heart–are better than any gift of gold. None of us are too poor to give something to others. If we cannot give silver or gold–we can certainly give love and sympathy, which are better than money.”

Acts 4

And as they were speaking to the people, the priests and the captain of the temple and the Sadducees came upon them, greatly annoyed because they were teaching the people and proclaiming in Jesus the resurrection from the dead. And they arrested them and put them in custody until the next day, for it was already evening. But many of those who had heard the word believed, and the number of the men came to about five thousand. (v. 1-4)

John MacArthur writes on How to Handle Persecution :

“The church has suffered persecution ever since what we’re going to see in Acts Chapter 4 began at all. Persecution (in America) is subtle today. It’s not what it used to be. Satan usually directs the persecution today not at the physical body, but at the ego. He directs his persecution at pride or acceptance or status, etc. And it’s really very effective.

He doesn’t threaten the Christian by saying if you witness, I’ll cut your head off. He threatens the Christian by planting within his mind the fact that if you witness you might lose your job or your status or somebody might think you’re strange…

Today the persecution that comes is more effective. It doesn’t make heroes out of anybody. And it’s a sad thing, while the church today is not being killed physically, the church has succumbed to a kind of living spiritual death…

Persecution always results in growth. Mark that. That has to be the beginning thing, because that’s your commitment to do what’s right even if persecution is involved. Persecution results in growth for many reasons. Number one, it strips off all of the dead weight. If you’re a part of a group of people that are having to lay their lives on the line for Jesus Christ, then we’re only going to have people in that group who are willing to do that, right?

And part of the problem of the church today are all the tares that are sown among the wheat and the easiest way to get rid of the tares is just to make the wheat pay the price…or make the church pay the price of total discipleship and the tares will just drop off because they’re not really that committed and don’t want to get that involved. And so as a church is persecuted, it is purified. The waste is stripped off, false believers leave, the strong are left and God works freely through them.”

Acts 5

Barnabas (which means son of encouragement), a Levite, a native of Cyprus, 37 sold a field that belonged to him and brought the money and laid it at the apostles’ feet.  5:1 But a man named Ananias, with his wife Sapphira, sold a piece of property, and with his wife’s knowledge he kept back for himself some of the proceeds and brought only a part of it and laid it at the apostles’ feet. But Peter said, “Ananias, why has Satan filled your heart to lie to the Holy Spirit and to keep back for yourself part of the proceeds of the land? While it remained unsold, did it not remain your own? And after it was sold, was it not at your disposal? Why is it that you have contrived this deed in your heart? You have not lied to man but to God.” When Ananias heard these words, he fell down and breathed his last. And great fear came upon all who heard of it. (4:36-5:1-5)

John Piper writes in Be Like Barnabas Not Like Ananias :

Barnabas “shines as one of the most mature, reliable, loveable leaders of the early church. And right here in Acts 4:36–37 Luke shows us how Barnabas’ trusted ministry began—it began with a demonstrated freedom from the love of things, and a heart of love for the poor. He sold his field and gave all the proceeds to the apostles. In this story he stands for the way true faith in Christ creates a bond of love for people and cuts a bond of love for things.

Ananias and Sapphira stand for the exact opposite, namely, people who have not really been changed on the inside by being satisfied with all that God is for them in Christ, but who still want some place in the visible church. The reason they drop dead is not because this happens to all hypocrites. For example, it doesn’t happen to Simon the Magician in Acts 8:20–24. The reason they drop dead is to give a stunning warning to the whole church that phony Christians will all end up this way, sooner or later.

God means for his people to fear hypocrisy. He means for us to be afraid of treating the Holy Spirit with contempt. Notice at the end of verse 5, after Ananias had died: “And great fear came upon all who heard of it.”

We use SOAK Method for our study:

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I’m so excited you are here!  Do not get discouraged if you fall behind – summer vacations and busy calendars will press in on your time with the Lord – I’ll still be here for you – grace covers it all.  So don’t give up!

**WAVES**

Now – let’s dig in to Proverbs into 16  ❤

Peace be with you,

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BLOGGING THRU: Book of Acts {Resources}

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Good Morning Girls is happy to announce that we are starting Book of Acts on September 7th followed by Book of Numbers.

Good Morning Girls Resources {The Book of Acts}

Here at Good Morning Girls all the resources are free but there is an OPTIONAL Acts Journal for purchase. Click on image for link.

This journal includes:

*  An introduction and background to the Book of Acts

*  The Daily Reflection Question

*  The Verse of the Day

*  The Coloring Chart

*  An explanation of the SOAK Method

*  Blank pages for journaling daily

 

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Here Is Our Fall Schedule:

August 31st – September 7th
Regroup & Welcome Leaders

September 7th- October 14th
The Book of Acts
one chapter a day

October 15th – 25th:
Break

October 26th – December 14th:
The Book of Numbers
one chapter a day

 

Here’s the  Printable Bible Bookmark

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We use SOAK Method for our study:

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I’m so excited you are here!  See you soon and Happy Holidays!

**WAVES**

Peace be with you,

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BLOGGING THRU THE BIBLE: Introducing the Book of Acts

Introducing The Book of Acts

The Book of Acts studies coming soon….. Aren’t we all excited for that? We are reading through the Bible – one chapter a day – five days a week and this fall – the Book of Acts followed by the Book of Numbers!

Here’s Our Fall Schedule:

August 31st – September 7th
Regroup & Welcome Leaders
Free Resources for the study will be posted during this week

September 7th- October 14th
The Book of Acts
One chapter a day

October 15th – 25th:
Break

October 26th – December 14th:
The Book of Numbers
One chapter a day

 

NEW PRINTABLE —> We are reading through the Bible here at GMG so here’s  My Bible Reading Plan – so you can mark off the chapters as you complete them!

**GOOD NEWS**

GMG also provides our very own – specially made for the GMG’s – Beautiful Acts Journals which available at Amazon UK.

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**New surprise**

GM Guys Journal for your son, husband, boyfriend, partner — ask them to join along with you. (Click image for purchase link)

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I already can’t wait for Book of Acts, such Holy-Spirit filled book. Happy holidays and see you soon in September.

Peace be with you all,

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