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Reading the Psalms

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Since the Psalms put words to the deepest emotions and groaning of humanity, we are also able to rekindle trust through these hymns. When we read them, pray them, or sing them, we are reminded that God is more than willing to shed the light of truth into our circumstances though His very words, the Word. Pray and ask God to open your eyes so that you “may see wonderful things” in His law (Psalm 119:18). This chart is a helpful tool for reading the Psalms by topic.

Preach the Gospel to Yourself

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One of the most critical disciplines in the life of a believer is the daily reminder of the sacrificial death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ. In a sense, we become preachers to ourselves. This tool provides helpful steps to practically put this discipline into practice.

Bible Study Tools: Christological Questions

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The most important questions to ask of a biblical text are Christological. All of the Bible points to Jesus Christ.

Bookmark: Bible Reading Questions

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This printable bookmark that contains the five basic questions of good hermeneutics will aid the learner in Bible reading and study. This has become a staple in my ministry to women.

Notecards: Reading the Bible

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These printable notecards were created to be hole punched and tied together to aid the learner in Bible reading and study with a focus on genre.

Get to Know Your Authors and Speakers

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Many times, dynamic personalities trump sound doctrine. Make no mistake, the Christian market for women is a huge money maker, primarily in books and conference ticket sales. It is sad when we find so much of our modern-day writing/speaking that is not faithful to the scriptures yet marketed as Christian. This reality has prompted me to create a guide for discerning Christian authors and speakers. 

Goal Setting

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