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Brave women can face life's challenges when we understand and remember who "I Am" is! Angela Thomas helps us to explore what the Bible has to say to us when we want to ask God if He knows we are: worn out, suffering a thorn, undisciplined, trembling inside, feel invisible, or altogether broken.
Some studies help us delve deeper into the Bible, while others refresh and remind of us of truths we may already know, but must choose again and again to live by.
I love how throughout this BRAVE women Bible study, Angela reminds us to place our focus on Who God is - "I Am" and not on who we believe ourselves to be.
In those times we feel we are worn out, invisible or broken, and we want to ask God if He knows, Angela reminds us it's okay to ask Him! God is bigger than our circumstances and in His Word He assures us He is enough when we are not.
God helps us to become "brave women!"
I love how Louie Giglio phrases it - "i am not, but i know I AM"!
And that is exactly what Angela Thomas reminds us as she takes us through Scripture after Scripture.
Indeed I am but a small, lowercase "i", but that's okay because God desires for us to depend on "I AM" not ourselves.
Helplessness, not holiness, is the first step to accessing God." - Dr. Tim Keller
When we ask - "Do You know that I am worn out?", God answers - "Do You know I Am your God Who does not grow weary?"
When we ask - "Do You know that I am suffering a thorn?", God assures us - "Do You know I Am the all-sufficient God?"
When we ask - "Do You know that I am undisciplined?", God acknowledges - "Do you know I Am your strength?"
When we ask - "Do You know that I am trembling inside?", God attests - "Do you know I Am the God of all comfort?"
When we ask - "Do You know that I am invisible?", God affirms - "Do You know I Am the God Who sees you?"
When we ask - "Do you know I am broken?", God acclaims - "Do you know I Am your Redeemer?"
|Brave: Honest Questions Women Ask Member Book
By Angela Thomas
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