Welcome back to Week 2 in the Book of Proverbs!
Week 1 was amazing!
At the bottom of this post you’ll find my reflections on today’s reading in Proverbs 6 but first…
Here is this week’s Bible Reading Plan:
In this week’s reading we will cover:
Chapter 6 – Practical Warnings
Chapter 7 – Warning Against the Adulteress
Chapter 8 – The Blessings of Wisdom
Chapter 9 – The Way of Wisdom & The Way of Folly
Chapter 10 – Wealth and Words and more…
Here are this week’s Group Discussion Questions
Here is the Meditation & Memorization verse of the week!
During the week, I invite you to join us EVERY weekday morning after 7:45amEST on Facebook to discuss the day’s reading assignment. Join us here -> Facebook/GoodMorningGirlsWLW. This is such great accountability!
Here’s another explanation of the SOAK Bible Study Method and Bible Coloring Chart if you need more guidance:
Here is the SOAK method I refer to in the video:
And the Bible Coloring Charts Full Page and Bookmark:
Here are the highlighters, pens and pencils I refer to in the video:
Highlighters -> Acid Free – Bible Hi-Glider
Colored Pencils – Crayola Twistables and Crayola Colored Pencils
There is no right or wrong way to do this.
There are no enrollments or sign-ups required – all are welcome to join us ANYTIME!
The verse of today is:
God says “Go to the ant” to learn a lesson about laziness. So a few years back – we did just that!
We got an ant farm and the ants arrived in the mail!
Then we observed them and considered their ways as God Word says.
We watched the ants work together to move the sand and build their tunnels.
At night when it was dark, they all huddled together at the top of the hill. But when day light hit, they got busy and all day long they worked and worked and worked.
No one told them what to do. They simply worked hard to build their home.
As we observed the ants, we discussed all the life lessons that God wants us to learn.
It’s easy to rise from our bed feeling slothful. These “lazy” summer days without the normal routine of school work, can send the kids into a feeling of resentment when I ask something of them.
We must teach our children to be diligent and not make excuses.
So the next time you see an ant hill rather than running for bug spray, pause for a moment, invite the children to come check it out – there is a lesson from God’s word your children need to hear!