Grace for Every Trial: A Women's Bible Study

Grace for Every Trial: A Women's Bible Study
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Betty Henderson shows how to find Grace for Every Trial in her Bible study from the book of Job. From the account of God’s sovereign power manifested in the overwhelming suffering of one man, Henderson unfolds a study for practical Christian living. Learn how to be a godly comforter, to rightly respond to sorrow, and most of all, to trust that God’s sovereign will needs no explanation. Step-by-step Bible study and practical, spiritual application draw out valuable lessons from God’s Word for women today and make Grace for Every Trial ideal for discipleship, personal or group devotions.

She has also written A Woman of Prayer, a Bible study on prayer.

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  • ISBN - 978-1-59166-918-0
  • eISBN - 978-1-62856-389-4
  • Author - Betty Henderson
  • Copyright Year - 2008
  • Format - softbound
  • Length - 136 pp.
  • Publisher - BJU Press, JourneyForth

Grace for Every Trial: A Women's Bible Study

Grace for Every Trial: A Women's Bible Study is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing New Insights on Job Grace for Every Trial by Betty Henderson is rich! Of course, the study is all about suffering—its purpose, Job’s response, etc. We expect that. But, as Ms. Henderson points out, "All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable" (from 2 Timothy 3:16). That means we can learn from the seemingly endless speeches by Job’s “miserable comforters,” from Job’s own responses, and of course, from God’s teachings. Ms. Henderson refers to many other Scriptures, especially the Psalms. She includes practical instructions about what to do for people who are suffering—as well as what we shouldn’t do. All of the study is biblical and practical. She uses many quotations from hymns as well as from commentaries. This study is meaty and inspirational. I especially enjoyed delving into the “miserable” speeches for the first time in my life. I had no idea they held so much. Ms. Henderson says, “There is profit for our souls as we wander through this upcoming wilderness of words. This old book of Job is a gold mine . . . .” And it is! I came away with a new appreciation for both Job and his friend Eliphaz. God’s description of Himself is fabulous. This is one of the best Bible studies I have ever done.
Date published: 2013-05-27
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