Beth Moore Rocks My World!!

Well…. she doesn’t really rock my world, but her TEACHING does!  If you do not know who Beth Moore is, she is a Christian author who writes Bible studies mainly for women. She also makes videos so that you can do the study in a small group setting whether in the home or at church.  I did a study on the book of Revelations by her last year, but now I started a new one on the book of James.

Did you know Jesus had a brother (2nd oldest… besides Jesus) named James??  I knew He had some siblings, but for some reason it never hit me that it was James!!!  Matthew 13:55-56 states,” Isn’t this the carpenter’s son?  Isn’t his mother’s name Mary and aren’t his brothers James, Joseph, Simon and Judas?” ummm…. how did I miss that earlier!?!?!

We had our first meeting on Tuesday night and man did I need it!!! I had a HORRIBLE day!! My students were awful, they would not STOP talking over me, my workout was cancelled, and I cant even tell you how many people acted as if they could not see my car on the road.  Sometimes I really wonder if my car has some invisible button that I accidentally press… but it always seems to happen.  Yep… I needed a Bible Study after this day.  And man did Beth bring it!  There were points where I was literally thinking… “umm… how did you get into my head and see what has been bothering me for so long???  How did you know that?”

I digress…. the whole point is I want to share about the daily devotional time which I do in the morning.  The other day, part of the homework was to create a timeline depicting the events where you have SEEN GOD AT WORK in your life.  I have not done an art project for myself in so long, and I could not wait to do this one. I have been thinking about it for 2 days now! So tonight I created this timeline.

My whole timeline

Where I lost my High School Art teaching job.

My Favorite Verse: Jeremiah 29:11

Marrying my husband Jason is at the highest point of my timeline. 

I used sharpie markers first drawing and writing everything I wanted.  If you have read my About Me section my timeline consisted of mainly those events.

By doing this project and studying this Bible Study, I came to a realization this week:

Satan orchestrates the bad things that happen to us, but God is the one who will take it, redeem it, and set a purpose for it.  All I have to do is bring it to Him.

And I am sure you would all agree… that sometimes taking it to Him is so hard.  We think that God wont take these bad things from us…. they’re too awful… but He will.  He wants to.  He wants to free you and me and give a purpose to that awful thing that happened.  The real question for us is: Will We Let Him?

I hope you all have a very blessed week and happy Spring Break!!!

5 thoughts on “Beth Moore Rocks My World!!

  1. I am so happy I found your blog! I am a 3rd grade teacher. I LOVE Beth Moore. Our church doesn't offer her bible studies, but my Mom used to pass to me all the Beth Moore studies she used with her ladies' group.

    I am a new follower!
    Stop by and visit when you get a chance.


  2. I am really glad I found your blog. I will be a first year teacher in the fall teaching 6th grade. It is so hard to find blogs for this age group and you have some really great ideas. I love Beth Moore! My church just finished the James study and since I am the church secretary and work with the children's ministry and miss out I am just now starting the series. I did however got to see her last month in KC!!! 🙂 If you have not studied her Daniel series it is absolutely amazing and still my favorite! I will definitely keep following your blog.


  3. Mary-
    Thanks so much for your sweet comment! The James study really was beyond amazing and really helped me through some tough stuff:) I cant believe you got to see her!! That is awesome! I would love to go to one of her conferences! Our church is starting her study on Ester this summer and I am hoping to get in on that, but I've heard some amazing things about the Daniel study. Thanks for becoming a follower!!!

  4. His brother James is the author of the book of James in the New Testament!

    Love your blog by the way…I teach 4th grade Math and will definitely be putting some of this to use next year!

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