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Life Application Bible Study: Esther: The Beauty of Courageous Submission

At ten chapters and 114 pages long, this is the perfect eBook for Bible study at home!

The book of Esther is a beautiful story of one woman who courageously gave of herself for the will of God and His people. Women like you and I can glean inspiration from her strength, wisdom and her dignity as we face our fears and boldly stand before the throne of our God.

The events in the story of Esther reveal the plot of one man who desired to have God’s people destroyed, and the courage of a woman who stepped out in faith to turn that plan around.

Esther gives us something to celebrate as it chronicles the deliverance of God’s chosen people, the Jews. It is also a great lesson on Biblical submission for both women and the church in general. It inspires believers to trust God’s wisdom and timing, and to stand strong in the face of persecution.
“Righteousness” is one of the main themes in the book. This story teaches us that righteousness is imputed to us. It’s given to us freely through faith in Jesus Christ.

Life Application Bible Study: Ruth, A Woman of Virtue

Enjoy an in-depth study on the book of Ruth. Learn about the relationship between the Moabites and the Jews and the underlying conflict between the two cultures. Dig into scripture as we talk about Levitical laws and customs of the day. Read about the Jewish feasts surrounding the story and find out what their significance is to our faith. Find out why Ruth was the only woman in scripture referred to as “virtuous,” and glean wisdom that is applicable to your life today.*

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Get the eBook Onto a Kindle:

If you want to get the PDF onto your Kindle, you can simply email the PDF file there.
If you don’t know your Kindle email address, you should be able to find it through your Kindle home page. I went to mine and I clicked the “i” for information and it came right up. It is called, “Send-to-Kindle Email Address.” (I use the iPad app.)
You might also find by going to Home > Menu > Settings > Device Email.Note: You may need to use the next page button to scroll down to the Device Email section.

* These are updated and reformatted versions of the Bible studies that were previously published on this blog.
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