Taking God’s Word to Heart: 31-Day Devotional Journal by Cheryl Samelson Skid
“In the often-quoted description of a valiant woman in Proverbs 31, the Bible says she ‘opens her mouth in wisdom, and the teaching of kindness is on her tongue’ (Proverbs 31:26). When I read this verse I think of Cheryl Skid, who has devoted many years of her life to teaching the truths of the Bible.
“In the often-quoted description of a valiant woman in Proverbs 31, the Bible says she ‘opens her mouth in wisdom, and the teaching of kindness is on her tongue’ (Proverbs 31:26). When I read this verse I think of Cheryl Skid, who has devoted many years of her life to teaching the truths of the Bible. She has dug into the Scriptures and mined for gold, and this book is a collection of the many nuggets of wisdom she has found in God’s Word. Your life will be enriched!” —J. Lee Grady Director of The Mordecai Project Author, 10 Lies the Church Tells Women Cheryl Samelson Skid was raised in a Jewish home. When Jesus preciously invaded her life in 1978, she knew NOTHING about being a Christian woman. In 1983 the Lord spoke to her heart that she should teach women through the Psalms. “Who, me? Teach women?” she asked. And then she did. On September 29, 1983, she taught her first lesson from the Psalms, starting with Psalm 1:1-3. Since that day she has continued to teach the Psalms, line by line, for twenty-seven years. Taking God’s Word to Heart draws from the four hundred lessons Cheryl has written and taught to women in the United States and abroad. Taking God’s Word to Heart can benefit the reader in three ways: (1) the Scripture provides the opportunity for her to judge her own behavior against God’s standard; (2) the narrative for the day challenges her with practical application to use in her home or community; and (3) the journal pages offer a place to record the insight she gleans from each lesson. We often don’t know what is in our hearts until we start writing. Words come forth, bringing from the depth of our hearts secrets that have been hidden even from ourselves. It’s when we see the truth about ourselves that we can begin the necessary changes. You may want to use the Taking God’s Word to Heart journaling pages right away or later to record new insights and changes that have taken place in your own heart.
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