My Spiritual Walk

Been There, Done that, Loved it!

I’ve never been one that liked doing things like a BIble study online. I am so social and I want to be there face to face. HOWEVER, I’ve been fighting chronic pain for two years now and just not able to get myself anywhere to fellowship. I did start a Ladies’ BIble study that comes to my house twice a month. But I was really wanting more. More challenge. More of God.

In August, I saw the opportunity to try an online Bible Study through Proverbs 31. The study was When Women Say Yes to God. It took me a while to get the hang of it all, but I did it and found it all to be just what I needed. I was challenged to study more. I was challenge to start a new blog and share the things I am learning.

Proverbs 31 is starting a new study this week and I hope you will consider joining in. THe book is “A Confident Heart”. I see so many struggling with confidence in themselves for what ever reason maybe their past is pulling them down, maybe they struggle with depression, who knows. I do know that Satan is hard at work trying to defeat women and this may be the tool to help us up and out. GIve it a try.

The study starts tomorrow, but don’t worry they provide the first two chapters so that you have time to purchase the book. I bought mine and downloaded it on my Kindle.

Go to and sign up today. Hope to see you there!


P.S. If you Click on “Follow me” you will get my blogs for the study directly!

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  1. Mandy, I am also dealing with chronic pain…fibro…chronic migraines..a lot of my blogs from the last study helped me work through some of what I was dealing with. I pray this study blesses you in your walk with Jesus <3 Blessings, Dianna

    1. Dianna, It’s always good to find a friend with common bonds. About 12 years ago, I suffered greatly with migraines. Those seem to have passed; however, I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia 1 1/2 years ago and then Rheumatoid arthritis this year. Only recently, the doctor at Mayo clinic put together that I was originally on a high dosage of steroids which caused the rheumatoid to go into remission. It was diagnosed this year after I began to reduce the dosage.That God for a wonderful husband and children who have made this journey bearable.

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