A 10-Week Study of the Book of Job, Great for Women’s Groups
From Job’s beginnings as a wealthy, God-honoring family man, through his time of intense suffering and grief, and finally to the abundant restoration of everything he’d lost, Job’s story helps us learn more about God’s power and purposes―even in a world full of pain.
In this 10-week Bible study, Lydia Brownback goes beyond the familiar lessons from the Old Testament book of Job and invites women into an in-depth, exegetical journey through the text. Written for individuals or groups, each lesson explores topics around faith, doubt, and suffering and explains the context of Job in redemptive history. With resources including reading plans and discussion questions, this challenging yet accessible study encourages women to love studying God’s word.
In-Depth, Exegetical Studies: Each week includes a brief introduction, summaries of that week’s passages, and application questions for deeper study and review
Quick, Engaging Weekly Resources: Helpful reading plans, sidebars, timelines, and more to help busy readers get the most out of Scripture
Perfect for Individuals or Small Groups: Includes discussion questions, additional verses for further reading, and a URL with tips for leaders