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Here are 9 Bible Studies that are available for a FREE Download! Free, as in nothing to sign up for, nothing to do, nothing to like – you just click the link and you get a free PDF Bible Study.
1. Love to the Uttermost by John Piper
|This Bible Study aims to focus our attention on Jesus as he displays his love to the uttermost (John 13:1). These meditations on the self-giving love of Christ are all excerpted from the preaching and writing ministry of John Piper.
2. The Resolution for Women Study created by Jeni
|Get the Book by Priscilia Schrier but do the free study created by Jeni that she did with the ladies in her church
3. 3 Free Marriage Studies
|Free printable Bible study lessons are a great way to strengthen your marital relationship. You see, your relationship with God is an essential part of your relationship with your spouse. For that reason, it is very important that you spend time in the Word of God Daily. These studies are perfect for individual study or even small groups
4. Good News of Great Joy by John Piper
5. Esther, The Beauty of Courageous Submission by Darlene Schacht
6. The Joy of Christian Living
7. Ruth, A Woman of Virtue
8. Lesson on Living from David – By Back to the Bible
|Back to the Bible has several Bible studies you can download for free. Lessons on Living from David is a 31 day devotional taken from the life of David. The free PDF download also contains reflective questions and practical application for each day.
9. Outside the Zone by Rachel Wojnarowksi
|Rachel shares the stories of five people in the Bible who stepped outside their comfort zones to be used of God.
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“Even when I walk through the shadow lands, I will not be afraid, for you are close beside me. Your rod and your staff protect and comfort me.” -David, Psalm 23
I had coffee with a good friend this morning who is struggling with depression. It grieved me to see him in the midst of the shadow lands. It’s a hard place to live. I know. I grew up in the shadow lands. Depression is part of my heritage and a frequent part of my life. It’s not unusual for me to spend weeks in the shadow lands before I see the light of a clear day.
It was hard to see my friend struggling. He had never visited the shadow lands before. It’s difficult the first time. Depression is overwhelming if you have never experienced it before. It eats away at your energy, dulls your mind and makes the very nerves of your body tender. Walking through the shadow lands is a skill reluctantly learned, unwillingly done, but a wonderful blessing as you see God work in your life.
I gave my friend some tools to use as he walks through the shadow lands. They are simple things, but they really help. I’m praying for him. I’m praying that he, like David, myself and thousand of others, discovers that God is close beside him. That his rod and staff protect and comfort him as he discovers the shadow lands.
Today he’s just beginning a difficult journey, but as one who has spent years in the shadow lands I was able to encourage him and tell him that God is working wonderfully in his shadow lands. In fact, I think I have found my walk with God even sweeter because of the dark paths of the shadow lands. I hope my friend finds God’s sweet care as well as he walks through these dark days.