offers short lessons on Proverbs 31, a joyful poem describing the characteristics of a godly woman. Unlock the guidance in its verses, exploring who you are and whose you are as a daughter of the King, discovering your influence in every season of life even in the mundane.
In this Bible study, you’ll examine womanhood and faith in Proverbs 31 through commentary, guided prayers, and more. Designed for your busy life, most lessons take just a few minutes and require only a pen and your Bible. The integrated writing space lets you collect your thoughts during Bible study directly in the book―finding more ways to put His love into action.
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Proverbs 31 in 5 Minutes a Day: A Bible Study for Women includes:
- Five minutes a day―The brief, accessible daily studies include thoughtful lessons, prayers, writing prompts, exercises, and more.
- Seven weeks to grow―Delve deeper into reflection and discussion on Day 7, and find concrete steps to act on what you’ve studied.
- Together in Christ―Work through the Bible study on your own or in a women’s group―each week has plenty of inspiration and insight to share.
Deepen and grow your connection with God with Proverbs 31 in 5 Minutes a Day: A Bible Study for Women!
What Others Are Saying:
“The author does an excellent job of bringing the reader through Proverbs 31. This can be done at home with mothers and daughters, or would also work well with a group of ladies. The title is true…each day’s work can be done in 5 minutes (or more if you really want to put more into it!) There are questions in each section to help the reader think through the portion of Scripture, and also ample space for journaling.
In the writing of this devotional, Mari Hernandez Tuten really engages us, by being vulnerable herself, and giving us examples from her own life. I found myself smiling and nodding my head in agreement. I found it very encouraging and was pointed to Jesus, and who I am as a child of the King.
I loved that the author included quotes from others that made me say, “Wow”, for instance from Joni Eareckson Tada, “He has chosen not to heal me, but to hold me.”.” ~Patti Goggin