A Woman's Wisdom: how the book of Proverbs speaks to everything by Lydia Brownback
This is a 9 week study that is a little bit different than most of the ones we will do in 2013. There aren't definite labeled days of study. What I did was go through the book and decide to break each week down into 5 days like most of the other studies. So this is how I am doing it, you feel free to do it however you wish.
Mon: read 1/2 of the chapter
Tue: read 2nd 1/2 of the chapter
Wed-Fri: work on the study guide questions at the end of the book.
Each week there is one question that is marked as being longer than all of the others. I usually had that question on it's own day then for the other two days left in the week, I split up the rest of the questions.
Wed: question 1 by itself since it is long
Thur: questions 2-5
Fri: questions 6-10
Check your local Christian bookstore first, but if you can't find it, here is the link to Amazon.
Here is a blurb that tells more about the book:
Advice books are no short-lived trend, even though much of the advice parading as “wisdom” proves shallow in the long run. What we need is biblical wisdom, and even more than that we need hearts set on the One who governs all our practicalities. The book of Proverbs unlocks the key to both, helping us to face very real challenges such as:
- handling our freedom, independence, and material resources wisely
- keeping ourselves sexually pure
- practicing biblical femininity in a world that scorns us for it
- sustaining God-glorifying marriages
- elevating biblical priorities ahead of day-to-day pressures
Exploring the timeless counsel in the book of Proverbs, A Woman’s Wisdom teaches us to know the very Author of wisdom and to apply his relevant, how-to riches.
Until Next TIme.....