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What you need is a Goldilocks kind of help when it comes to studying the Bible–study tips that are not so hard you want to cry and give up but not so easy that you feel like you’re not making any serious progress in understanding the Bible. These 52 Bible study tips are just right. They will give you tools to understand even the most difficult passages in the Bible, but I’ve written them in bite-size chunks. In 5-10 minutes per day, you can come away with new ways to open your Bible and understand it. And when you understand the Bible, you’ll be well on your way to knowing God.
One feeling we have in common is guilt –that underlying feeling that we’re always in the process of failing something or someone. We long to be the perfect wife, perfect mom, perfect friend, and perfect homemaker, but is that even possible? In Blameless, I want to tell you that we can become better women. God is not waiting for us to fail everything. Instead, he has heavily invested in our success. Before he even created the world, he thought about the kind of perfect woman you should be, and he made a way for that to happen. Will you grab on to the hope that living a blameless life is possible? This has always been God’s intention for you, so step out of guilt and into a life where becoming flawless is the guarantee.
There is a wonderful invitation extended to you in the pages of the Bible, for you to become a child of God. He wants you to call him Father, and all of his love is waiting for you. But when you hear the word “father” what memories and emotions come to mind? Do your experiences with your earthly father give you courage to be in a relationship with God, or do they make you take a step back? In the pages of my new book, I would like to share with you sweet and powerful stories from my experiences with my own father. It is because of him that I feel so very comfortable trusting God and accepting his love. By stepping into my stories for a short time, I hope what you see there will help you take steps toward God instead of away from him. He loves you, and everything you’re hoping for in a relationship with him is true. It’s all true.