I’m so excited about what will happen in the next six weeks. Doing a Beth Moore study is an event in and of itself. Study everyday, good discussion every week, watching Beth teach every week. All of it helps get you closer to God in a way that usually doesn’t happen without her insightful studies. I wish I was “spiritual” enough to be on an adventure with God everyday, but as we all can admit, life takes over a lot of the time. A Beth Moore study recenters you and helps you focus on your relationship with Him. It doesn’t hurt that she’s an amazing speaker who can relate to women like no one else.
This study is “Stepping Up: a journey through the Psalms of Ascent” I’m quoting the back cover below:
Stepping Up: A Journey Through the Psalms of Ascent explores Psalms 120-134. Traveling pilgrims sang these psalms both on the way to the great festivals of the Jews and as key elements of the worship at those festivals. . . They will gain a new appreciation for the life of faith as a journey to greater fellowship with and worship of God. . .The more we unveil our faces to God and bare our souls to Him, expressing what is on our hearts, the safer we’ll feel with Him and the closer we’ll draw to Him. …
Doesn’t it sound awesome!?!? Her last study I did was about Daniel. It was full of history, character study and prophesy. That one and other studies I’ve done have gone so in depth into the subject matter, which is what I love to do. Give me the nitty gritty. So it will be interesting to see how she disects ancient Jewish songs and applies it to modern lives.
I missed last week’s class doing the Disney and all. So, this week will be full of catching up. I think this is exactly what I need to get me out of my Post Vacation Blues though. (BTW, it was 11 degrees this morning with a wind chill that had to be below 0…why, God, is this necessary?).
I’m also doing the Truth Project study on Sundays. We are disecting what the truth is in about 12 various aspects of life. But that’s a whole other blog post. I love it and wish you all could be there with me. On Sundays and Wednesdays.