Guided Bible Studies for Hungry Christians

Courage in Times of Trouble:

  Hagar is a strong illustration of how unfair, difficult and exclusive life can be for woman in today’s world. Hagar somehow maintained her faith in the LORD and her obedience to Him for her survival. Even in the darkest loneliest time of her life in the desert there was hope in the LORD to save her and her son from death. Hagar is an example of women who are excluded or even despised by the peop ...[Read More]

Hagar The Egyptian Handmaid to Sarah:

Hagar was the Egyptian handmaid to Sarah. This is the story of a slave girl that shows courage. Hagar is considered the mother of the Ishmaelite’s. Hagar was sent out into the desert of Shur with her son by Sarah after the birth of Isaac. Hagar and Ishmael were exhausted, faint and thirsty and afraid they would both die and she called upon the LORD. Her courage can be a comfort to all women as the ...[Read More]

The Golden Calf:

While Moses was up on Mount Sinai getting the Ten Commandment the people were busy making a golden calf, an idol. Sometimes it is easy to go along with the crowd and do what they do. This lesson teaches us that the crowd is not always the way to follow. We need to keep our eyes on Jesus. Exodus 20:3-6; Exodus 31:1-18; Exodus 32:1-34 Moses had gone up the mountain to receive the Ten Commandment for ...[Read More]

Moses and The Ten Commandments:

  Moses was given the Ten Commandments by the LORD God. They are the laws that tell us how to live. We as adopted children should obey the Ten Commandments so we do not disobey the LORD God. Exodus 19-20 God gave Moses the Ten Laws (or Commandments) on Mt. Sinai. The children of Israel pitched their tents in the wilderness of Sinai and there they camped. Moses went up unto God and there the LORD c ...[Read More]

Moses and the Exodus:

This lesson finds Moses and the children of Israel escaping Egypt. The lesson we learn here is to be grateful for all the blessings we receive from the LORD God. Many people receive great blessings from the LORD and then demand more. We need to count our blessings and be thankful.  Exodus 14- 17 Moses was told by the LORD God to speak to the children of Israel and tell them that He will harden Pha ...[Read More]

Why we celebrate Passover;

The celebration of Passover was an ordinance given to Moses for the children of Israel by the LORD. This was to be celebrated as a sacrifice of the LORD who passed over the houses of the children of Israel while they were in Egypt. “That ye shall say, It is the sacrifice of the LORD’S Passover, who passed over the houses of the children of Israel in Egypt, when he smote the Egyptians, and delivere ...[Read More]

Moses Meets Pharaoh:

Moses and his brother Aaron was sent to Pharaoh to get him to let His people go. Pharaoh refused to listen to the LORD God and we see the 10 plagues that the LORD God sent to show His power and Wonders so the World would forever know the Power and might of the LORD God. We should never forget. Exodus 5-12 Moses and Aaron went in and told Pharaoh that the LORD God of Israel said to, Let my people g ...[Read More]

Moses Goes to Egypt:

There is so much to learn about Moses and how he obeyed the LORD God and goes to Egypt. Moses can help us learn to trust and have faith in the LORD God. This is also a good example of the tolerance and patience that the LORD God has for His people. Exodus 3:16-25, Exodus 4:1- 31 Moses spoke to the LORD God from a burning bush and was told to go to Egypt to speak to the Children of Israel. Moses wa ...[Read More]

The Story of Baby Moses:

The story of Baby Moses teaches about being chosen, protected, and loved by the LORD God. The story does not end with Moses being a baby but will continue on with other lessons requiring faith, commitment and dedication to the LORD God. Exodus 2:1-10 The children of Israel were living in Egypt and under the rule of the Pharaoh. Pharaoh was like the king and was afraid that one day the large number ...[Read More]

The Sons of Jacob:

It is important to know the sons of Jacob because they eventually become the tribes of Israel. The story of the sons of Jacob helps to express examples of the LORD God’s love, mercy, and care for His family. I am so thankful we belong to the family of the LORD God. Genesis 30:1-25 A study of Jacob would not be complete unless we look at the children that were born to him. We know he had two wives ...[Read More]