Grow: Year of Biblical Womanhood Reflections (Viritual Book Club- Week 1 of 3)

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  1. MJA says:

    I liked the chapter about Psalm 31 the best. I knew it was a poem, but I didn't know it was recited by the husband at the Sabbath meal by the husband. I found that to be encouraging, so my usual mental response to hearing about everything I'm "supposed to do" really just makes me tired. It doesn't make me want to serve my family or honor God… I appreciated her focus on being active and using your skills to do whatever God has called you to do, to the best of your abilty, rather than on "doing it all." –MaryAnn

  2. Tiffany says:

    When reading those "tough stories" of the Bible in the chapter on obedience, I was encouraged by the idea that Rachel was willing to sit with the stories of the women who weren't treated very well, and honor those women.

    I do find it difficult to read stories like that, stories in which there is no "this is wrong" caveat. But I think it's important to sit with the stories, talk about them, and ask God to show us why they are there and what we can learn from them.

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