Bible Study: 2021
Click on the links below to read the lessons.
- January 19 – Elohim
- February 2- ‘Ab or Abba
- February 16 – El Elyon
- March 2 – Adonai and YAHWEH
- March 16 – Elohei Tehillate
- April 13 – El Olam
- April 27- El Nehkumah
- May 11 – El Roi
- May 25- El Moshasah
- June 8 – Jehovah Mekuddishkem
- June 22- Jehovah Jireh
- July 8 -Jehovah Rapha
- July 20 – El Shaddi
- August 3 – Jehovah-Uzzi
- August 17- Jehovah-Tsuri
- September 14 – Jehovah-Orri
- September 28- Jehovah-Shammah
- October 12- El Emeth
- October 26- Jehovah-Shalom
- November 9 – Jehovah-Magen
- November 23- Immanuel
- December 7 – Messiah
- December 21- Yesha
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Bible study is more fun with a friend! Why not invite someone to join you in this study? Ask someone to join our study of the names of God. We will learn more about who God is, how to pray to Who He Is, and how to trust Him more.
Each lesson will incorporate my 4 Aspects of Prayer: the 4A’s (More about that here)
- Adore – PRAISE God. This is your offering of words or song that expresses your approval or admiration. It is a form of worship. The focus is on the character of God. You can pray a verse from Psalms or other Scriptures. In fact, Ps. 100:4 tells us that we enter into His courts with our praise. This puts us into His presence and puts our mind on who we are talking to. It’s the Caller ID of our prayer.
- Admit – Our faults and failures (sins) interfere in our relationship with God. So we need to confess these to Him each time we approach Him, just to clear the way. Isaiah 59:2 says, “But your iniquities have separated you from your God; your sins have hidden His face from you, so that He will not hear.” Luckily, Jesus bridged that gap for us. If you know Him personally, all that’s left is for you to admit your wrongs. (click here for more information on how to Meet Jesus) We also need to Admit certain truths about God to be in agreement with them. This is our way to Introduce ourselves to God as we begin our conversation.
- Ask – While God isn’t a vending machine, we can make our requests known to Him. In Matthew 7:7, we read, “Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.” He may say “Yes.” Or, He may say, “No.” He could also say, “Not right now.” As our Heavenly Father, He knows what’s best for us, so sometimes His “No” happens because He has something better planned for us. This is the mid-point of our conversation. Allow time for listening, too!
- Acknowledge – This is our opportunity to say “Thank You” to God for what He has done and is doing in our lives. Talk to Him about your blessings and struggles. Tell Him your thoughts and biggest dreams, and let him know how today’s challenges are getting you ready for tomorrow. But make certain you are giving Him credit for all the good things. This is the meat of your conversation. Again, allow time to listen as He speaks to you through Scripture and His Holy Spirit.
Ah, Lord God! Behold, You have made the heavens and the earth by Your great power and outstretched arm. There is nothing too hard for You.(Jeremiah 32:17) I adore You and the beauty of Your creation. And I admit that I let some of the events of 2020 cast a shadow on my life when I struggled at times to put You first. I ask that You provide clarity of mind and thought as we study who You are and learn the names of God. I acknowledge that those struggles from last year are exactly what put me here, needing to learn more about who You are. Thank You for that revelation.
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