The study is four weeks long and includes some holiday recipes, a weekly devotional, daily family activities, and a daily (Monday - Friday) Scripture passage with study prompts to help you dig a little deeper into the Word. And that is what I like about it: you do the digging and you get the benefit of studying God's Word yourself! The study prompts are in the form of the SOAP method of Bible study (please note I have not investigated this link; I've only given you the page that explains the method. Please give me the benefit of the doubt if you dig deeper there and find something that is doctrinally wrong): Scripture, Observation, Application, and Prayer, with no commentary - just your words on the paper.
I plan to do this study with a friend, comparing our findings each day, beginning on Monday, December 1, to help sharpen each other. She is not married and I have no children at home, so neither of us will be doing the "family" type things. And - this is a bummer - I probably won't make any of the yummy-looking recipes either, since I really shouldn't eat things like cinnamon rolls. But that's ok! We will use it to dig deeper into the Bible and turn our focus on the Lord at this special time of year! Although I won't share every day with you here on the blog, I will occasionally share some things I'm learning throughout the month. And just so you know, I won't be sharing my friend's thoughts with you - her study is only shared with me!
Have you ever done an advent Bible study? Want to join my friend and me on this one? Leave a comment!
Note: I am in no way affiliated with Women Living Well or Good Morning Girls. I simply found this study online, thought it would be good, and wanted to share it with you!