Thursday, July 28, 2016
Becoming a Woman of Excellence
Society beckons us to succeed―to achieve excellence in our appearance, our earning power, our family life. God Himself also beckons us to be women of excellence. But what exactly is He asking? If you’re hungry for God’s perspective on success in a society that bombards you with conflicting demands, feed on the truths of God’s Word that you’ll discover in these pages. You will not only learn to “approve the things that are excellent” but will also experience the joy of becoming God’s woman of excellence. This bestselling topical Bible study has helped over one million women over the past 30 years, and is newly revised and updated so today’s women can discover who God designed them to be in this day and age. Written by Navigator author and Bible teacher Cynthia Heald, the 11 sessions in this Bible study explore what your identity in Christ is and how you can best serve Him.
Becoming a Woman of Excellence is a classic that has come back once again. This book is suitable for group or individual study, and for women of all ages, either married or single.
There is a Bible Study guide in the back of the book if one chooses to use this in a group study scenario .
One of the things I really appreciate about this book is it brings you into a close look into your own life. It includes personal thoughts from the author, and you can use these thoughts and reflections to think about your answer and examination into your own life.
The book was written when the author read one of my favorite books, the book of Ruth, when in Ruth 3:11 Boaz says "all my people in the city know you are a woman of excellence" What an amazing thing to call someone, and as a woman we can all accomplish what Ruth accomplished.
This book will take you through scriptures that will make you turn inward and become that woman of excellence.
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