I want to encourage you who call yourselves followers of Christ to take the month of September and consider it even as you would an advent season, maybe fasting in some way, maybe giving extra time to devotions.
Our family is going to be setting aside an hour each day. We’ll be going through a Bible study of Matthew that I’ve prepared and praying for our country and the church.
When I made the miracle videos, I kept saying that all we needed was to know our Father. If we knew our good Father, then we would know His love for us, and if we knew how much He loved us, then we would love Him back and the love would overflow into love for others.
Since Jesus is the visible image of the invisible God, I thought studying the life of Christ would teach us about who God is so that we could get to know our Father God better.
Whether you use the study or not, I would still encourage you to really seek after the Lord. We need our eyes off the world and onto Jesus. We need to be in love with our first love!
A song: Lord, You’re Beautiful
This is the link to the Matthew Bible study.
At the end of the month, I will break the study apart into more lessons to use it as a course. I’ve added it to the end of the Bible courses block on My EP Assignments if you want to add it as a course for the month, even making your own “student” and adding this course, just so it’s delivered to you each day.
Thanks for using your platform and influence for promoting righteousness. You really hit on what everyone needs to be doing right now, drawing closer to God. There is a good possibility of things getting worse instead of better, and I think many believers are in a very vulnerable place not having as much access to fellowship and accountability. It is so vital that we mature as Christians, crucify our flesh, and make spiritual growth our top priority. Thanks for posting this study, I have really struggled with what God wanted for us to study in the Bible this year, maybe he left that part of my schedule blank so we’d be able to participate in this study. Thanks again for all you do.