Lessons in Trust from Women in Messiah’s Family Tree
An Emmaus Study Course
By: Christine Schneider
Lessons in Trust removes the veil of mystique from the lives of Eve, Sarah, and Mary to demonstrate how their lives relate to ours. Now. In the 21st century.
With no examples to imitate, these women followed God through the uncharted wilderness of their experiences, to emerge as patterns for us. Their stories include some of the same struggles we deal with every day: temptations, grief, weariness, confusion, and fear. Their lives were defined by the degree to which they trusted God. And they learned – sometimes too late – that God’s way really does work best. In spite of their weaknesses and sins, they showed glorious moments of trust. God blessed them by including them in the Messiah’s family tree. If we learn to trust God more fully, what blessings might He have in store for each of us?
Kitchen Table Studies blend in-depth personal Bible study with discussion questions and ideas for group interaction. Christine has included creative illustrations, thoughts to encourage prayer, and numerous ideas for personal application. This could become the highlight of the week. As our friendship with God deepens, we will become the shoulders on which our friends may lean in their times of trouble. They, in turn, will become our encouragement to live each day to please God more fully.
Lessons from Eve
Session 1 The Instrisic Worth of a Woman
Session 2 God’s Perfect Plan for Woman
Session 3 The Plan is Marred By Sin
Session 4 Putting The Peices Back Together
Lessons from Sarah
Session 5 Who Am I Following?
Session 6 Putting My Whole Weight Down
Session 7 Attitude is Everything
Lessons from Mary
Session 8 Trust: A Personal Characteristic
Session 9 Trust Needs the Past to Go Into the Future
Session 10 Trust Finishes Well
The titles in the Emmaus Group Study Guide series:
Seeing the Invisible God
God’s Comfort for the Believer’s Heart
Living for God in an Ungodly Culture
To God be the Glory
Run the Race
Faith on Trial
The Seven Last Things
Goodness for God’s Sake
Size: 6.0 x 9.0″
Publisher: ECS Ministries
Weight: 0.25 lbs
Author: Schneider, Christine