God’s Word is Worthy to be Studied Video

God is in Details

Ever wonder how studying God’s word can make a difference in your attitude or perspective?

Well, I hope you’ll join me for a new study in the book of 1st Samuel using my “Worthy” method of Bible study that will help you discover how to read God’s word and glean it for all its worth! You’ll be blown away by the facets that you discover that you might have missed using a devotional or other Bible studies that don’t teach you how to study but rather spoon-feed you truths.

I’ll be beginning a private Facebook group that will be going through the book of 1st Samuel starting the first week of April, 2016. I’ll provide step-by-step instructions for reading with the “Worthy” method and provide you with my notes as examples of what to look for free of charge.

All you have to do is friend me at Beth Oster Steffaniak and request to be added to the private group.

I will post 5 days worth of studies per week, so that you can catch up on the weekends if you need to. I make sure that you get the notes the night before, so that any time that next day you can do the reading and write out your own thoughts and observations. Then you can come and check out mine to see if there are things you might missed or might have seen that I didn’t. πŸ˜‰

This group will go for approximately 6 months, so it’s something of a commitment. BUT! You can go at your own pace, drop out if you don’t like it anytime, or stay in step with the pace I set for you.

It’s a great way to stay challenged and focused, if you’ve struggled to be consistent in your Bible reading in the past.

Check out my video on the Worthy study …

Here’s something one of my friends, Trudy Shady, said about the current study we’re doing in James

“You spurred me on Beth. It is so easy to skim by these short verses. Your method of study makes us stop and SEE it new. Your insights directed mine, teamwork sister!!”

I hope you’ll join me on April, 3rd 2016, when the first notes will be posted for the next day’s readings!

 

What challenges have you had in staying consistent with a Bible study method?

 

By the way, the winner (chosen by random number generator) of the giveaway of Debbie Wilson’s latest book, Little Women, Big God: It’s not the size of your problems, but the size of your God, is (drumroll, please!) Susan Mead! Congrats, Susan! I hope you enjoy it and thanks again to Debbie for providing a free copy for our giveaway!

 


Linking up with – Mommy Moments, Weekend Whispers, Making Your Home Sing,Β  Mondays @ Soul Survival, Faith β€˜n Friends, Word of God Speak, Spiritual Sundays, Sitting Among Friends, Give Me Grace, Family, Friendship and Faith, and DanceWithJesusFriday

 

 

  • Sounds like a wonderful study. I have signed up for another one at this time. I will have to check out your next one though. πŸ˜‰

    • Thanks for coming by and encouraging me, Mary. I’m glad to hear you’re involved in another study. As long as you’re diving into God’s word that’s all that matters!

  • Sounds like a wonderful study! Many blessings as you lead others through 1 Samuel.

    • Thanks for taking the time to come by, Carrie! I’m excited about the study, so I’m sure it’s going to be a blessing.

  • Joanne Norton

    His details is what I count on forever and ever. AMEN!!! Thank you!

    • Yes, it’s a great encouragement to know how much His eye is on us and how constant His hand is weaving our lives for His good purposes, Joanne. Thanks for stopping by and adding to the conversation. πŸ™‚

  • Sounds interesting!

    I have managed to avoid getting a facebook account so far. Maybe I can make one for this persona and join your course.

    Why 1 Samuel btw? The other readings you mentioned in the video, were they all New Testament?

    Interesting name “Worthy”. There’s a Chinese pop star I keep meaning to write about called Sammi Cheng who became a “Born Again Christian” a few years ago (here’s her “testimony” and a clip of her in concert: http://christians-depression.blogspot.co.uk/2011/09/testimony-from-sammi-cheng.html). Anyway she wrote a book about this journey, which she called ε€ΌεΎ— (“Worth it” or “Worthy”). Only page I can find about it is in Chinese: https://book.douban.com/subject/4906825/.

    David

    • That would be great, David. I wanted to study something different than the types of studies I’d done in the New Testament. Besides, I really love the story of king David. He had such humility throughout most of his life and yet was far from perfect with the sinful choices he made later in his life. But even that was eventually yielded to God and written into a beautiful story of redemption. I LOVE redemption stories!

      I’m not familiar with that pop star. I’ll have to watch the clip and check her out. How did you find out about her? Thanks for letting me know about her. And great to see you in the comments, my friend!

      • Huge diva in China & Hong Kong. I play about with Chinese occasionally and I came across her. Her music is mainstream but I have a soft spot for it. Her persona is very positive and optimistic (eg on Weibo – bit like twitter – lots of tweets mostly about food or love or God).