Are you searchingfor newness of life in your current season?
Perhaps you are in a season of pain: tearing down, grieving, letting go.
Perhaps you are in a season of recovery: mending, gathering, healing.
Perhaps you are in a season of joy: building up, planting, dancing.
How is your faithstaying true in the changes?
Can you really trust God in your current season and seasons to come?
This study will help you apply Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 so you can understand God’s plan in your current season.
“There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens.” Ecclesiastes 3:1 NIV
No matter what season you are in, God is teaching you valuable lessons to grow your faith and trust in Him. We will discover what God is saying through the different times and activities we traverse.
I look forward to hearing how God is working in your current life season. I hope you will join in the fun and discussion on the online Bible study.
What readers are saying:
The author masterfully uses events, stories, and accounts of her life as she weaves her way through Scripture; providing numerous opportunities for the reader stop, reflect, and apply the message of the Bible to their life. This is a great book for anyone looking for insight, discipline, and focus in their spiritual life. The outflow of the application questions causes one to pause and determine what steps God is looking for them to take in order to continue on the journey to full spiritual maturity. I highly encourage followers of Christ to work their way through this book in order to continue striving for the Kingdom focus that is critically necessary in our day and time.
Alan Balmer, Author of The 100 Day Vocabulary Word Devotional (released Jan. 2017), the 40 Day Lent Vocabulary Word Devotional (releases Feb. 2017), and Tips And Advice To Get A Job And Advance Your Career (releases Mar. 2017)
Speaking as one going through a major period of tragic loss and life transition, I found “Newness of Life: Trusting God in Times of Transition,” to offer hope and needed insight. Geringer invites the reader into her own journey and helps us make connections with our own lives. She faithfully and gently introduces Scripture and helps one listen for God’s voice and leading. An excellent resource for both personal and group studies. Ken H., Georgia
Blessings to you in this new year, Sarah
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