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This month’s scripture writing theme is about Women of the Bible
Women of the Bible is a regular theme here at The Diligent Woman.
Do you know why?
Because there is no better way to learn how to be a confident godly woman than by studying the women God shared with us in scripture.
Snapshots into their daily lives
The Bible gives us so many different views of women: women as wives, business women, mothers, sisters, wives longing to be mothers, women supporting the church, women bringing their men down and women lifting their men up. All of them are dealt with.
Why write about these women in the Bible?
Because, I don’t know about you, but there are days when being a woman is hard. Hard to know the right way to be, when to be assertive, when to sit and wait, how to be giving and loving without also expecting the same in return, how to raise children to serve the Lord while just trying to get through the day, you name it. God gave us women with stories that teach us how to walk in God’s will as a woman and do it well. Some of the women are success stories, some are failures. All have something to teach us.
Take these snippets and learn from them
For the purposes of Scripture writing, we won’t be looking at full stories of most of these women. We will be taking a comment, a moment, something God points out about them. Each snippet we write has much to tell us. Then when there is more time, come back and explore the woman’s story and learn even more.
Join me as we explore these women over the next 31 days. You may be surprised by the great wealth of learning about being a woman who loves the Lord will find!
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PS – Please share your scripture writing on social media. You never know who you could encourage by sharing the work you are doing to grow in God’s word!
You can share in the Women Walking in Diligence Group, on Facebook, Instagram – wherever you “hang out”. Use the hashtag #DWScriptureWriting or #ScriptureWriting so we can search and find what you have shared.
Wouldn’t it be fun to see God’s word all over the internet this way?
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