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Bible Study For Mothers

Advent is a time of preparation, and the perfect time to get started on a Bible Study for Mother’s Day. Consider using this list to prepare and worship during the last weeks leading up to Mother’s Day

Instead of striving to meet this high calling, it is easy to relax our understanding of “love your neighbor as yourself” into something banal like “be nice.” But being nice is often nothing more than a facade and an excuse for disengaging from the people around us. Leviticus 19:17 commands us to do the opposite. “Reprove your neighbor, or you will incur guilt yourself” (Lev. 19:17). These two commands—both to love and to reprove your neighbor—seem like unlikely fellows, but they are brought together in the proverb, “Better is open rebuke than hidden love” (Prov. 27:5).

Regrettably, too often the lesson we absorb at church is always to be nice. If this becomes our rule in the workplace, it can have disastrous personal and professional effects. Niceness can lull Christians into allowing bullies and predators to abuse and manipulate them and to do the same to others. Niceness can lead Christian managers to gloss over workers’ shortcomings in performance reviews, depriving them of a reason to sharpen their skills and keep their jobs in the long run. Niceness may lead anyone into holding onto resentment, bearing a grudge, or seeking revenge. Leviticus tells us that loving people sometimes means making an honest rebuke. This is not a license for insensitivity. When we rebuke, we need to do so with humility—we may also need to be rebuked in the situation—and compassion.

Bible Study For Mothers

Bible Study for Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is quickly approaching, and we know you’re looking for the perfect way to celebrate it with your mom. What better way than by reading the Bible together?

It’s no secret that mothers are incredible, but there are a lot of things about them that people don’t know. You might be surprised to learn that Jesus himself was a mom! That’s right: he had one of his own. And she was pretty great too!

So this Mother’s Day, give your mom a gift she’ll never forget: read her the Bible. It’s full of deep truths and powerful stories that will change her life forever—and it might even make her cry. Just make sure you have tissues nearby!

Sermon on Mothers In The Bible

Mother’s Day is a time to celebrate the women in our lives who have been so instrumental in shaping us. It’s also a chance for us to reflect on what we can do for them.

This year, why not give your mom something she’ll really appreciate: a gift that reminds her of her faith? Whether she grew up going to church or has just recently found God, a Bible study can be a meaningful way for you to show her how much you care.

Here are a few ideas:

-A book of daily devotionals

-A study on the Gospel of John

-A study on the Book of Mormon

Mother’s Day Bible Study

This Mother’s Day, we’re going to be looking at the theme of “motherhood” in the Bible. There are a lot of different ways to define what motherhood is, and our study will focus on one aspect: the relationship between mothers and their children. We’ll look at how God’s love is like a mother’s love, and how that relates to how God cares for us.

Mother’s Day is a time to celebrate your mother and all that she has done for you. It is also a time to thank God for the gift of family, and to remember that He is the one who gives us the best gifts in life. The Bible is full of stories about mothers, so today we will be looking at just a few of them.

The first story we will look at today is the story of Abraham and Sarah. The Bible says that Abraham was 99 years old when God told him that he would have a son with Sarah (Genesis 17:17). Abraham was an amazing man who trusted God even though it seemed impossible for him to have children at his age. When God told Abraham about Isaac, he did not say anything about how old Isaac would be when he had him; instead, He said that Isaac would be born when his own body had been “as good as dead” (Genesis 18:11). This means that Abraham knew he was going to die before he would see Isaac grow up, yet he still believed God.

The second story we will look at today is the story of Moses’ mother Jochebed (Exodus 2:1-10). When Moses was born, Pharaoh decre

  1. Read Jeremiah 31:9-10
  2. What does this verse say to you?

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