When I was invited to speak at a women’s retreat on the theme of walking with God, I had a long inner wrestling match. Yes, I regularly seek direction from God. Yes, I find He speaks to me through His Word, prayer, circumstances, other people, and a host of other means.
But I believe that because I desperately want to walk closely with God throughout the day – and struggle to do so – that He used my retreat preparation to help me go deeper. He led me to study the life of Lydia in Acts 16. (Get a free sample chapter here.)
It's easy to get busy, distracted, and overwhelmed. You beat yourself up and then focus on what you don’t do.
Just Take A Step points out what you can do. Each of the eight chapters of this devotional Bible study walk you through Lydia’s story in Acts 16 like this:
You can use Just Take a Step individually or with a group. You can read and study each chapter in sequence or in any order. Each can stand alone. You can read bits and pieces of a chapter and then come back to it later – or you can read it in one sitting. You can use this book as a jumpstart to your walk with God and again periodically as a self-check.You can record your responses and ideas so that you can refer to this study over and over during different seasons of your life as you walk with God.
It’s a Bible study guide you’ll return to over and over to cut through distraction and overwhelm to just take a step to walk with God … and see how He moves in your life.
I hope you’ll check it out. Let me know what you think!
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