Welcome to our fourth week of the second semester of Women in the Word. If you’re joining us for the first time, we’re excited you’re here and we look forward to getting to know you! You can click here for more details about our study and don’t forget to subscribe by email to receive our posts. If you want to be part of our community and join in the conversation, request an invitation to our closed facebook group (link below). Are you ready to begin? OK! Let’s get started!!
Have you ever wondered how you would act in a crisis situation – a true life and death moment? Have you ever played out certain situations in your mind and wondered what you would do at that time? I have to admit I have and as much as I would like to believe I would handle everything perfectly, the truth is, there have been times in my life where I know I could have handled it better if only I had done things a bit differently.
In the story of Abigail, we find her in just that type of situation where she has no time to think over things. She must react and do it quickly. Let’s see this week if we can learn a few pointers from this very wise woman that will help us the next time we find ourselves in a crisis situation.
Abigail means “My Father is joy”. She is known as one of the greatest peacemakers in the Bible. She was married to a very wealthy, but very foolish man. Yet, despite the insignificant role of women in that day, Abigail’s ability to act and react courageously and quickly prevented a massacre from taking place that saved many lives.
→Abigail’s story takes place in 1 Samuel 25:2-44.
→This week’s memory verse is “A gentle answer deflects anger, but harsh words make tempers flare.”Proverbs 15:1
→ Click here to print out the study guide for our study of Abigail.
→ Would you like to create your own Women in the Word binder? You’ll find what you need to make one on our Women in the Word Binder Resources Page.
We’re looking forward to sharing with you on Wednesday and Friday and we can’t wait to hear from you at our group page!