Week 1 Discernment: Discussion Questions

Hello dear sisters! I hope you have been enjoying week 1 of our study. There is so much good stuff packed into this week. I want to share with you a quote from the authors from page 15. “According to Paul, right thinking leads to right living. If what you think about womanhood isn’t shaped by sound doctrine, chances are, you’re not going to live in a way that pleases the Lord. Discernment, grounded in a clear understanding of God’s Word, is the first critical element of true womanhood.”

Here are some discussion questions. You can share your thoughts and comments here, write them down in your book during your quiet time or discuss them with another sister doing the study with you.

  1. What are some doctrines (teachings) about womanhood that are commonly expressed in popular media and contemporary culture?.
  2. Can you identify an instance in your life when unsound thinking resulted in unsound, unhealthy behavior? Can you identify an instance in your life when the Word of God changed your thinking, and this resulted in sound, healthy behavior?
  3. Identify a current or past situation in which you weighed several options, and tried to discern what was “pleasing to the Lord.”

On page 35 of our homework we were asked to write out a Romans 12:2 as a prayer, personalizing it and ask the Lord to help us become a woman who is grounded in the Word of God and who is able to discern His will. I would like to encourage you to do that!

We have a group of women meeting on Monday evening to do this very same study. Click here to watch a clip of our Monday night group discussing week 1.

In His Love,
Melisa
One Heart Women’s Ministry

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