Pathways to a Joyful Walk: 4 paths that bring joy to your faith walk
Romans 5 and 6 Bible Study
A blog series with a short study guide
- 5 Lessons with podcasts
- Short and easy
Picture in your mind one of the most enjoyable walks you have ever been on.
What made it so enjoyable? Was it the place? The weather or time of day? The one who was walking beside you?
Choices are made daily, weekly, and yearly to follow pathways that lead you on a joyful walk or to one that is frustrating and disappointing. In “Pathways to a Joyful Walk,” you will discover the pathways to follow that make your faith walk a joyful one! Don’t wait. Work through this study today.
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Other Short Bible Studies covering Paul’s Letters
- Seek the Treasure (Ephesians)
- Grace Overflowing (overview of Paul’s letters)
- Graceful Living Today (a devotional journal with short daily studies)
- Graceful Living Bible Study (joyful Christian life)
- The Gospel: God’s Cure for Our Fatal Sin Disease blog series
- Dare to Be Different from Your World
- Short and easy Bible Studies
This study is adaptable to a retreat theme. For more information, go to Melanie’s Retreat Topics.
What women are saying about this study:
“Thank you so much for sharing your heart with our women at the retreat. I have heard many comments from ladies about how they were encouraged by what you shared.” (Tracy)
“Thank you for sharing these encouraging words! We have been working our way through the beautiful truths in the Letter to the Romans, and it is helpful to see the way other believers apply what is said.” (Abbie)
“I just had to let you know how much I enjoyed your teaching, especially how you explained the person of the Holy Spirit and the believer’s identity in Christ. I loved reading over it this morning.” (Glynis
Throughout the Bible, our lives are referred to as a “walk,” although some days you may feel like yours is a sprint. Am I right? Though you may feel like you are sprinting, your whole life experience is considered a walk. And, those who place their faith in God are living a “faith walk”. From the very beginning, we find references to faith walks. Enoch “walked” with God (Genesis 5:22). Noah walked with God (Genesis 6:9). Abraham walked with God (Genesis 24:40). In the New Testament, Romans 4:12 says that all believers in Jesus Christ have a “faith walk” with God as Abraham did.
A lifetime faith walk must be walked daily. Choices are made daily, weekly, and yearly to follow pathways that lead you on a joyful walk (the kind you pictured in your mind) or to one that is frustrating and disappointing. Discover the pathways to follow that make your faith walk a joyful one!
Image credit: Jill Wellington, sourced from Pixabay.com (spring-3404740_1920.jpg).